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Publishing Models Defined:
From ARL's Scholarly Communication page on New Publishing Models (second link below): "New publishing models for scholarly communication are "new" because they offer a new genre (or form of presentation), business model, new way for authors and readers to communicate, approach to peer review, or some combination of these. One common factor is that they are Internet-mediated. New models also may combine forms of content that could not usefully be published together in print form. Research articles can be integrated with primary source material on a single site, commentary can be integrated into a monograph, learning objects, working papers, and a blog may be available from a single site."
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