Scholarly Communication: Evolution or Revolution?

A Selective Bibliography Compiled by Marion Prudlo, Borough of Manhattan Community College
The Association of College & Research Libraries
Greater New York Metropolitan Area Chapter
24th Annual Symposium December 3rd, 2004

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[n. a.]. (2003). Open source in Sweden. Online, 27(4), 6.

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[n. a.]. (2004, May). Library groups back open access to science. American Libraries, 35(5), 22.

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[n. a.]. (2004). The high price of knowledge. Wilson Quarterly, 28(2), 103.

[n. a.]. (2004). Electronic publications and information. Serials Librarian, 45(4), 12.

[n. a.]. (2004). SPARC and PLoS partner to advocate for open access publishing. Computers in Libraries, 24(1), 41.

[n. a.]. (2004). Is open access wining? Library & Information Update, 3(1), 3.

[n. a.]. (2004). National Library of the Netherlands and BioMed Central agree to open access archive. The Electronic Library, 22(1), 94.

[n. a.]. (2004). IFLA statement on open access to scholarly literature and research documentation. Information Development, 20(1), 22.

[n. a.]. (2004). House committee encourages open-access publishing. Educause Review, 39(5), 6.

[n. a.]. (2004). Springer launches 'open choice' model, stops short of open access. Electronic Information Report, 25(29), 6.

[n. a.]. (2004). Access all areas. Economist, (372)8387, 64.

Albanese, A. (2003). Open access gains with PLoS launch. Library Journal, 128(19), 18.

Albanese, A. (2003). Bills would boost the public domain. Library Journal, 128(13), 16.

Albanese, A. (2004). Report: Open access cheaper. Library Journal, 129(10), 24.

Albanese, A. (2004). Societies seek STM middle ground. Library Journal, 129(7), 17.

Albanese, A. (2004). BioMed Central changes track. Library Journal, 129(5), 17.

Aldrick, P. (Ed.). (2004, August 6). Reed makes for good reading. The Daily Telegraph (London), p. 34.

Anderson, R. (2004, April). Open access in the real word. College & Research Libraries News, 65(4), 206.

Ashling, J. (2004). World summit embraces open access, libraries. Information Today, 21(2), 1.

Ashling, J. (2003). Open access and the public domain. Information Today, 20(5), 27.

Banks, M. (2004). Connections between open access publishing and access to gray literature. Journal of the Medical Library Association, 92(2), 164.

Baum, R. M. (2004). The open-access myth. Chemical & Engineering News, 82(8), 3.

Bergstrom, C. T., & Berstrom, T. C. (2004). The costs and benefits of library site licenses to academic journals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 101(3), 897-902.

Bilder, G. (2003). Ingenta's economic and technical models for providing institutional OA archives. Information Services & Use, 23(2/3), 111.

Bolman, P. (2003). Open access: marginal or core phenomenon? A commercial publisher's view. Information Services & Use, 23(2/3), 93.

Brown, D. (2004). Open-access journals offer a new way of publishing. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 104(7), 1060-1062.

Butler, D. (2003). Scientific publishing: who will pay for open access? Nature, 425(6958), 554.

Case, M. A. (2003, February). Framing the issue: open access. ARL, 226, 8.

Case, M. M., & Adler, P. S. (2002, February). Promoting open access: developing new strategies for managing copyright and intellectual property. ARL, 220, 1.

Chan, L., Cuplinskas, D., & Eisen, M. B. (2002, February). Budapest open access initiative. ARL, 220, 8.

Cookson, C. (2004, July 20). Call for shake-up in way scientific journals provided research findings. Financial Times (London), p. 4.

Crawford, B. D. (2003). Open-access publishing: where is the value? Lancet, 362(9395), 1578.

Crawford, W. (2004). The Crawford files. American Libraries, 35(5), 56.

Crawford, W. (2004, February). OpenURL meets open access. American Libraries, 35(2), 52.

Crow, R., & Goldstein, H. (2003). Model business plan: a supplemental guide for open access journal developers and publishers. New York: Open Society Institute. Davidson, K. (2003, October 27). Bay Area leads revolt against scientific journals; Scientists cal for boycott, launch open-access project. The San Francisco Chronicle, p. A4.

Delamothe, T., & Smith, R. (2004). Open access publishing takes off. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 328(7430), 1 & 3. Doyle, H. J. (2004, March). The Public Library of Science. College & Research Libraries News, 65(3), 134.

Doyle, H., Gass, A., & Lappin, D. (2003). A changing landscape. PLoS Biology, 1(3), 301.

Doyle, H., Gass, A., & Kennison, R. (2004). Open access and scientific societies. PLoS Biology, 2(5), 549.

Esposito, J. J. (2 August, 2004). The devil you don't know: the unexpected future of open access. First Monday, 9(8). Retrieved September 17, 2004, from

Ewing, J. (2003, October 9). 'Open access' will not be open to everyone. Nature, 425, 559.

Falk, H. (2003). Open-access journal developments. The Electronic Library, 21(6), 609.

Foster, A. L., & Guterman, L. (2004). American and British lawmakers endorse open-access publishing. Chronicle of Higher Education, 50(47), A13.

Gadd, E., Oppenheim, C., & Probets, S. (2003). RoMEO Studies 3: how academics expect to use open-access research papers. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 35(3), 171.

Gadd, E., Oppenheim, C., & Probets, S. (2003, July). The RoMEO Project: protecting metadata in an open access environment computer files. Ariadne (Online), 36.

Gadd, E., Oppenheim, C., & Probets, S. (2003). RoMEO studies 2: how academics want to protect their open-access research papers. Journal of Information Science, 29(5), 333.

Goodman, D., & Velterop, J. (2003). Challenging current publishing models. The Serials Librarian, 44(1/2), 73-75.

Goodman, D. (2000). What journals, if any, should still be printed. In M. E. Williams, National online meeting proceedings - 2000: proceedings of the 21st National Online Meeting, New York, May 16-18, 2000 (pp. 129-136). Medford: Information Today.

Gradmann, S. (2003). Figaro and open access to electronic information objects. Information Services & Use, 23(2/3), 175.

Gruss, P. (2004, January 16). Open access to science and culture. Science, 303, 311-312.

Guedon, J. (2003). Open access archives: from scientific plutocracy to the republic of science. IFLA Journal, 29(2), 129.

Guterman, L. (2004, January). The promise and peril of open access. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 50(21), A10-A12, A14.

Hane, P. J., & Peek, R. (2002). The great BOAI experiment. Information Today, 19(4), 40.

Harnad, S., Brody, T., Valliere, F., Carr, L., et a. (2004). The green and the gold roads to open access. Retrieved from September 17, 2004 from Nature Web site:

Harnad, S. (2004). Accelerating the transition to the optimal and inevitable. Information Today, 21(5), 16.

Held, M. J. (2004). Open-access publishing. Lancet, 364(9428), 24.

Holmström, J. (2004, January). The cost per article reading of open access articles. D-Lib Magazine, 10(1).

Horton, R. (2003). 21st-century biomedical journals: failures and futures. Lancet, 362(9395), 1510.

Jacso, P. (2003). Open access archives of abstracts. Online Information Review, 27(3), 609.

Johnson, R. (2002, October). SPARC and ACRL. College & Research Libraries News, 63(9), 648.

Kaiser, J. (2004). …Congress puts similar heat on NIH. Science, 305(5683), 458.

Kaser, D. (2003). The future of journals. Information Today, 20(3), 1.

Kaser, D. (2004). Quid pro quo. Information Today, 21(3), 14.

Kircz, J. G. (2002). New practices for electronic publishing 2: new forms of the scientific paper. New Practices for Electronic Publishing, 15, 27-32.

Peek, R. (2004). The free-access debate flourishes. Information Today, 21(5), 17.

Lindblad, W. J. (2004). Why is open-access publishing the answer? Wound Repair & Regeneration, 12(4), 395.

Lorimer, R. (2003). Online social science and humanities journal publishing in Canada and SYNERGIES Project. Serials Librarian, 45(2), 26.

Malakoff, D., Edna, F. (2003). Opening the books on open access. Science, 302(5645), 550.

Malakoff, D. (2004). Scientific societies lay out 'free access' principles. Science, 303(5666), 1959.

Mayor, S. (2003). Libraries face higher costs for academic journals. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 326(7394), 840.

Medeiros, N. (2004). Of budgets boycotts: the battle over open access publishing. OCLC Systems & Services, 20(1), 7.

Morrissey, S. (2004). NIH weighs open access. Chemical & Engineering News, 82(36), 14.

Nature Publishing Group. (2004). Nature web focus: access to the literature: the debate continues. Retrieved September 17, 2004,

Neal, J. G. (2001). Symbiosis or alienation: advancing the university press/research library relationship through electronic scholarly communication. Journal of Library Administration, 35(1/2), 5-18.

Neal, J. G. (1997). The serials revolution: vision, innovation, tradition. The Serials Librarian, 30(3-4), 97-105.

Neal, J. G. (1999). Project MUSE. In N. Cline, Leading the agile organization: Association of Research Libraries proceedings of the 128th meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, May 15-17, 1996 (p. 218). Washington: Association of Research Libraries.

O'Grady, R. T. (2003). Open access? Open wallets! BioScience, 53(11), 1027.

Ojala, M. (2003). Intro to open access: the Public Library of Science. EContent, 26(10), 11.

Open Access News. (2004). Retrieved September 17, 2004, from

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Orphan, S. (2003, September). SPARC announces open access newsletter. College & Research Libraries News, 64(8), 503.

Peek, R. (2004). Open access expands its reach. Information Today, 21(1), 17.

Peek, R. (2004). The cascading effect. Information Today, 21(8), 17.

Peek, R. (2004). The free-access debate flourishes. Information Today, 21(5), 17.

Plutchak, T. S. (2004). Embracing open access. Journal of the Medical Library Association, 92(1), 1 & 3.

Prosser, D. (2003). Institutional repositories and open access: the future of scholarly communication. Information Services & Use, 23(2/3), 167.

Prosser, D. (2003, April). On the transition of journals to open access. ARL, 227, 1.

Regazzi, J. J. (2004). The battle for mindshare: a battle beyond access and retrieval: 2004 Miles Conrad Memorial Lecture, February 23, 2004. Information Services & Use, 24(2), 83.

Romero, M. (2003). Open access and the case for public good: the scientists' perspective. Online, 27(4), 32.

Sarasohn, J. (2004, September 2). Accessibility battle fields. The Washington Post, p. A21.

Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition. (2004). SPARC. Retrieved September 17, 2004, from

Shigo, K. (2003). Open access journals directory underway. Computers in Libraries, 23(5), 45.

Suber, P. [n. d.]. SPARC Open Access Newsletter and Free Online Scholarship (FOS) Newsletter Archive. Retrieved September 17, 2004, from

Suber, P. (2003, February). Removing barriers to research. College & Research Libraries News, 64(2), 92.

Suber, P. (2004). Open Access Overview. Retrieved September 17, 2004, from

Suber, P. (Ed.). (2004). Open Access News. Retrieved September 17, 2004, from

Tamber, P. S., Godlee, F., & Newmark, P. (2003, November 8). Open access to peer-reviewed research: making it happen. Lancet, 362, 1575-1577.

Tennant, R. (2003). Open-access journals. Library Journal, 128(17), 26.

Van Orsdel, L., & Born, K. (2004). Closing in on open access. Library Journal, 129(7), 45.

Varki, A. (2003, November 27). Open access: the JCI has already shown it works. Nature, 426, 383.

Vergano, D. (2004, August 30). Scientists press for access to research. The Seattle Times, p. A4.

Walport, M. (2004), Everyone's a winner. Times Higher Education Supplement, 1639, 14.

Wray, R. (2004, July 20). Business: Media business: MPs back free access to research results. The Guardian (London), p. 17.

Selected List of Open Access Projects:

AERA SIG Communication of Research: Ejournals in Education e-Print Archive

BioMed Central

Budapest Open Access Initiative

Directory of Open Access Journals


Open Citation Project

PLoS Biology: Open-Access Journal

Public Library of Science

PubMed Central