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Page 1 of Electronic Publishing Vol. 5, Issue 2 [page]

1992 Electronic Publishing  
ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING, VOL. 5(2), 55-61 (JUNE 1992) Teaching electronic publishing: a Scottish example ALISTAIR McCLEERY Napier University of Edinburgh Colinton Road, Edinburgh EH10 SDT Scotland SUMMARY  ...  KEY WORDS Publishing Teaching Electronic publishing Desktop publishing Non-print publishing Simulation 1 INTRODUCTION Napier University has been providing full-time undergraduate teaching in publishing  ... 

Schoolbooks and textbook publishing [chapter]

Sarah Pedersen
2019 The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain  
of ICT and learning. framework for electronic schools publishing.  ...  for the development of English-Language Teaching publishing.  ... 
doi:10.1017/9780511862489.011 fatcat:biqwez3rrfb53aqfhumhvuniiu

The Implications of Authenticity and Intensity in EFL Teaching: A Study of the Intensive-Year Programme at the College of Telecom and Electronics (CTE), in Saudi Arabia

Khaloufah Alshehri
2016 Sino-US English Teaching  
Examples of ESP courses are English for Electronics, English for Computing, English for Telecoms, English for Tourism, and English for Technology.  ...  Empires of the world: A language history of the world. London: Harper Perennial.Parry, T. (2012). English in kindom of SA (published thesis). The Asian EFL Journal.  ... 
doi:10.17265/1539-8072/2016.06.001 fatcat:b7cjearvgnbfppmnio7khupopy

Publishing the "invisible" language – some influences on Ulster-Scots publishing in the modern revival period

Anne Smyth
2013 Études Irlandaises  
desire to teach Publishing the "invisible" language -some influences on Ulster-Scots ...  ...  Gregg (1912 Gregg ( -1998 20 , was a classic example of the former type.  ...  ABSTRACTS Access to authentic written Ulster-Scots material is essential to its progress as a European Regional Minority Language.  ... 
doi:10.4000/etudesirlandaises.3494 fatcat:y2t52ko5vffbrkjecerkgcmyti

Book review of Crawford, J. and Irving, C. 2013. Information literacy and lifelong learning: policy issues, the workplace, health and public libraries. Oxford: Chandos Publishing

Natasha Skeen
2014 Journal of Information Literacy  
The Scottish Government however is one example of what can happen when everyone is fully committed.  ...  Thankfully, many of the studies and research findings have been published online so those who may not have access to electronic journals/subscription databases will be able to access these resources on  ... 
doi:10.11645/8.1.1899 fatcat:tmhfjahxnjbn5dtiynn7ygqjye

Publishers and Copyright: Rights Without Duties?

David Vaver
2006 Social Science Research Network  
In 1972 the scientologists couldn't stop a chapter-andverse critique of their unpublished teachings from circulating; 12 today they could. Why is a mystery.  ...  As electronic distribution has come, authors have asked for their share of the action when publishers have put their work on-line or in electronic databases. Matters have not gone smoothly.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.902794 fatcat:7f24smzrvbhdbjsseipo33tw4y

Open Access Publishing: A Literature Review

Giancarlo F. Frosio
2014 Social Science Research Network  
FLOSS), see Paul A David and Joseph Shapiro, 'Community-  ...  106 For a discussion and collection of empirical data regarding the motivations, personal attributes and behavioural patterns of those who are engaged in producing free/libre and open source software (  ...  For example, Stanford's Highwire Press -a library initiative providing electronic publishing support to a large number of publishers including scholarly societies and non-profit publishers -has created  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2697412 fatcat:po3pq3dhebcebme3loceef2fgq

Research in progress: the institution as e-textbook publisher project

Vivien Ward
2016 Insights: The UKSG Journal  
The advent of e-book and open access publishing has not yet been as potent as some would hope (and others fear) in its disruption of commercial textbook publishing.  ...  Teams have reflected on what they have learned and might change if they published more titles, and offer some advice for others considering similar projects.  ...  We still have three books to publish, but early indications are favourable as can be seen in the example below.  ... 
doi:10.1629/uksg.318 fatcat:3nyw6fqhyfa5tb23ri4s6nox2y

Twentieth Century Literature and Publishing Archives: UK Research Perspectives on Children's Literature

Charlotte Berry
2012 Papers: Explorations into Children's Literature  
However, publishing archives and children's literature archives have a low profile and use in the UK in both curatorial and research terms, resulting in huge untapped potential for researchers.  ...  This article is intended to constitute a starting point for those wishing to engage in study in this particular area of research by providing a contextual and historical background to the provenance and  ...  A different approach was taken by Floris Books in Edinburgh, the major publisher of Scottish fiction for children and also a specialist in European picture books.  ... 
doi:10.21153/pecl2012vol22no1art1129 fatcat:w2g43cgq25guhfu4lmfow2t52y

The Case for Junior Doctor Academic Internships: A Narrative Review of the Published Literature

Yassar Alamri, Xaviour Walker, Tim J Wilkinson
2021 Advances in Medical Education and Practice  
Academic internships refer to a hybrid internship during which an intern spends a period of time (typically 3-6 months) in academic/research endeavours.  ...  There is a growing concern with the dwindling academic workforce especially in medicine.  ...  adequate replacement by a new one. 1 For example, the medical academic workforce in the United Kingdom (UK) witnessed a reduction in the last 10 years, with a subsequent increase in unfilled medical  ... 
doi:10.2147/amep.s302441 pmid:34349584 pmcid:PMC8326780 fatcat:g6ljoxuawvbqtd57hl4dl7sj7q

Decolonising African Studies – The Politics of Publishing

Tanya Lyons
2018 Australasian Review of African Studies  
It is no longer enough for a journal such as ARAS to publish relevant research to its target audience; and be available in hard copy, and electronically through Informit Databases (owned and operated in  ...  as a similar article published in a journal distributed by one of the major corporate publishing houses in the UK.  ...  ) that could be considered or viewed as exerting an undue influence on his or her duties at any stage during the publication process). • To notify promptly the journal editor or publisher if a significant  ... 
doi:10.22160/22035184/aras-2018-39-1/3-12 fatcat:y7rklajsyfflzbfacuwjvpxhoa

Metadata : A Cataloger's Primer. Ed. Richard P. Smiraglia. N.Y.: Haworth (published simultaneously as Cataloging & Classification Quarterly; v. 40, no. 3/4), 2005. 303p. alk. paper $59.95 (cloth) $39.95 (paper) (ISBN 9780789028006;9780789028013). LC 2005-9646

Isabel del Carmen Quintana
2006 College and Research Libraries  
The text also includes an understandable and instructive introduction that actually contains a quick, fun, and thought-provoking exercise that teaches you how to mark up a simple document in HTML.  ...  The chapters cover: Dublin Core, a metadata scheme originally developed for electronic materials; EAD and EAC (Encoded Archival Context), a scheme for archival materials; XML (Extensible Markup Language  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl.67.4.388 fatcat:p4xfgrb2rbaqvekynr4zoebwiy

WHAT IS THE HISTORIOGRAPHY OF BOOKS? RECENT STUDIES IN AUTHORSHIP, PUBLISHING, AND READING IN MODERN BRITAIN AND NORTH AMERICA

LESLIE HOWSAM
2008 The Historical Journal  
among others. 15 A particularly successful example is James Raven, ed.  ...  the centrality of Scottish publishing to that transatlantic community.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0018246x08007206 fatcat:4qyzqo7ptrbwdmpp66ikb3h5aa

Has general practitioner computing made a difference to patient care? A systematic review of published reports

F. Sullivan, E. Mitchell
1995 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Interventions-A validated scheme for assessing methodological adequacy was used to score each paper.  ...  More studies are needed to assess the effects on patient outcomes ofusing a computer in consultations.  ...  Methods A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF PUBLISHED WORK 1984-94 A worldwide review of published work was conducted and prospective studies selected if (a) they concerned doctors or nurses in a primary care setting  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.311.7009.848 pmid:7580494 pmcid:PMC2550856 fatcat:bto3atfxxjgh3jhs5ierfnteh4

Adult education and publishing Canadian fiction in a global context: a Foucauldian analysis

Patricia A. Gouthro, Susan M. Holloway
2014 European Journal for Research on the Education and Learning of Adults  
This paper explores many of the ambivalent outcomes of the shifting power elements in publishing that can simultaneously benefit and disadvantage the publication of a national body of fiction.  ...  It includes interviews with authors from several genres, publishing houses, and arts councils.  ...  In the context of Canadian publishing, having the opportunity to create the material reality of a published book (whether electronic or paper) and to circulate books (thus provide opportunities for access  ... 
doi:10.3384/rela.2000-7462.rela9026 fatcat:ovqgwzq5azaxvginihuhe4swai
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