A second instigating event: With low press runs typically between and 1, copies over the life of a book limiting the exposure of their work in academic forums, and resulting in low royalties for that work, scholars have begun considering other options for engaging in the exchange of scholarship.
WAC Clearinghouse, at http: Following discussions with Palmquist, they contacted Michael Cole, the founder and editor of Mind, Culture, and Activity and the director of the Laboratory for Comparative Human Cognition, who could provide access, through Web sites for the journal and the laboratory, to a large electronic community that includes much of the activity theory world.
To some extent, this will depend on whether open access books will find sites to house them that can carry the prestige of established scholarly presses. The design and editing need to be of the standard of print publication.
The manuscript was then reviewed by members of the WAC Clearinghouse publications board. The problem, then, is not that too few books are being published. The production of the manuscript into a book happens more quickly, with the manuscript laid out in desktop publishing program such as InDesign or QuarkXPress, sometimes in one day.
In the summer ofGreenwood Press decided that it could no longer support the series. Sustainability of this model is also a critical issue. As scholars who care deeply about intellectual work, we are concerned that worthy ideas are not finding their way to readers.
It turns out that it can be hard to give a book away, at least in the publishing world [ 1 ]. On the other hand, the internet is providing new venues for publication and holds out the hope of truly low cost academic exchange, freed from the financial pressures of the publishing industry. We need to gain visibility for the volume through publicity and book reviews.
In earlyRussell and Bazerman had brought together a set of authors and written a prospectus for an edited collection that would explore the application of activity theory to writing studies. Using the computer in his office, Russell visited http: The series and journal editors associated with Parlor Press enjoy their ability to influence the direction of scholarship in their fields without feeling the pressure from a traditional publisher to cover the bottom line.
A new section helps students more efficiently navigate search engines and Internet sites. The book needed to have an identity in the established systems of publishing and academic libraries so that it could be accessed in the usual circulation systems of [email protected] is the home of Colorado State University's open-access learning environment, the Writing Studio.
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