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Scholarly Communication and Academic Presses

Proceedings of the International Conference, 22 March 2001, University of Florenze, Italy
  • Edited by:
  • Anna Maria Tammaro,

The objective of the meeting was to identify concrete ways for implementing proposals to foster the international scientific co-operation of universities and academic societies. Against the background of an assumed tendency towards knowledge monopolies, caused by the protection of intellectual property rights by a few publishers, the experts in the Conference discussed the potential of these academic e-presses for improving scientific article collection and treatment as well as facilitating the access to scientific knowledge. The papers in this volume can best be regarded as contributions to the areas of inquiry in a field that is continuing to change very rapidly.

  • Keywords:
  • Editoria elettronica,
  • Pubblicazioni elettroniche,
  • Università,
  • Atti di convegno,
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Book Title

Scholarly Communication and Academic Presses

Book Subtitle

Proceedings of the International Conference, 22 March 2001, University of Florenze, Italy

Editors

Anna Maria Tammaro

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Number of Pages

122

Publication Year

2002

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© 2002 Author(s)

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CC BY-NC-ND 1.0 IT

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Firenze University Press

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88-8453-049-0

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978-88-5518-977-4

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Proceedings e report

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2704-601X

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2704-5846

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