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Academic/scholarly publishing, as a whole, refers to the process involving many players: authors (usually academic researchers, also called "scholars"), publishers (scholarly societies who publish journals, organizations which gather journals into databases which make it possible to search across many journals, editors and peer reviewers who check the quality of submissions, among others), and other entities such as libraries or research organizations who pay for the costs such as web server fees for making content accessible.
Useful resources on Academic publishing:
Hamilton-Pennell, C. & Neidorf, R. (2006). Publish not Perish. https://libguides.colorado.edu/pnp/lay/lol
In-depth tutorial providing descriptions of all aspects of the scholarly publishing process and landscape.
Wikipedia. (2021). Academic publishing. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Academic_publishing.
General overview of academic publishing concepts for those unfamiliar with them.
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1.3. Academic/scholarly publishing
Author: Stephanie Krueger
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Last Updated: October 26, 2021