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'Marketing' with Metadata - How Metadata Can Increase Exposure and Visibility of Online Content.

This document is intended primarily for a non-technical audience who may require an overview for decisions regarding the best means of exposing metadata. It may also be of interest to anyone with an interest in digital repositories. It looks at exposing metadata via harvesting (OAI Repositories, Static Repositories), via distributed searching (Z39.50, SRU/SRW, other emerging standards), and exposing content for syndication (RSS). It is an advocacy document, aimed at content providers who may have descriptive data (metadata) available for the actual content they produce.
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The Effects of Computers on Traditional Writing

Computers are currently viewed as electronic extensions of existing literacy models, and e-writing is usually compared to print, says author Sharmila Pixy Ferris, associate professor and graduate program director in the department of communication at William Paterson University. This article looks at how e-writing differs from traditional writing, and emphasises on the need to study the growth of electronic writing in order to comprehend the changes in traditional writing.
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Peer Review and a Proposal for Revision

Author Aaron Barlow, Assistant Professor of English at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, says that peer review may not be the only way to determine the value of a scholarly article. This article discusses the drawbacks of the academic system of peer review and why it needs to be revised.
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Digital Broadband Content: Scientific Publishing

This is a study of scientific publishing covering both scholarly and scientific research publishing. The study includes STM, humanities, social sciences and arts publishing. The forms of content described are research databases, journals, research monographs and reference books. The study is focused on the changeover from printing to digitalising, throws light on that changeover process, and acknowledges scientific publishing as the core factor in the creation and propagation of knowledge.
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Global Access to Indian Research: Indian STM Journals Online

The author, Lalitha Kumari, Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad, India, emphasises that the development of a firm R&D foundation in the government and private sector in every domain of science and technology has led to a rise in research publications. But it is of great concern that these research findings, particularly those published in Indian journals, are underrepresented globally. To overcome this problem, the Internet can be used as a medium for propagating information. Further, free access can be given to users across the globe. Pointing out that STM journals are available online owing to government and private non-profit publishers, the article provides an overview of these efforts internationally while focusing specifically on Indian initiatives.
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