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More has changed in journal publishing in the past twenty years than the previous four centuries. Digital technologies have transformed the submission, review, production and distribution of scholarly materials, with

More has changed in journal publishing in the past twenty years than the previous four centuries. Digital technologies have transformed the submission, review, production and distribution of scholarly materials, with the result that there has been exponential growth in the number of papers published in an expanding roster of journals—some are mainstream, some highly specialized, some are produced by publishers who have existed since printing began and others are produced by small groups with niche interests.

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    • 2015-10-12
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.3390/publications3040232
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      2304-6775

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    Kirby, A. (2015). Editors and Journal Startup in the Digital Era. Publications, 3(4), 232-236. doi:10.3390/publications3040232

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