Scholarly communication must transform

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In light of my last post on Publish or Perish: The Plague of Academia, I ran across a ten part series called "Scholarly Communication Must Transform," written by Gideon Burton, an Assistant Professor in the English department at one of my alma maters, Brigham Young University.  In this series, Gideon discusses his views on the subject.  Very interesting reads.

Here are his topics:



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