From: Tim Krause <email@example.com> (23)
Subject: Re: 9.451 e-journals
Gloria Mcmillan wrote:
> My husband is an astronomer and gets both paper and ejournals.
> He says that some ejournals in science *are* as highly thought
> of as the paper kind. Some are identical to the hard copy of the
> same name. Whether identical or not, he says the key to
> quality journals for the sciences is whether they are peer
> reviewed or not.
> Is this something applicable for ejournals in the Humanities?
I think this applies equally in Rhetoric and Communications at least
from the perspective of someone who had looked for a place to
publish a rhetorical analysis of ecash: I wanted a peer reviewed
ejournal because I suspected that that would be more highly thought
of than some of the online journals and sites that aren't peer
reviewed. The ejournal I found was Kairos out of RPI; it looks like
they're doing a professional job
Dept. of English