13.0422 invitation to publish

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                   Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 13, No. 422.
           Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

             Date: Mon, 21 Feb 2000 08:12:56 +0000
             From: Steven Totosy <steven.totosy@ualberta.ca>
             Subject: invitation to publish

    Announcement: New Media Scholarship: An Invitation to Publish Scholarship
    in the Humanities and Social Sciences Online in <www.cultureonline.org>.

    The internet and the world wide web are rapidly changing many aspects of
    scholarly communication and knowledge dissemination and transfer. These
    changes include the publishing industry and the publishing of scholarly
    texts. A website with the registered domain name cultureonline.org has been
    launched for the webpublishing of books in the humanities and social
    sciences and, as webbooks, of PhD dissertations and M.A. theses. All
    webbooks published in <http://www.cultureonline.org> receive an
    International ISBN number assigned to <http://www.cultureonline.org> by the
    National Library of Canada <http://www.nlc-bnc.ca/> (series 1-894569-...).
    The URL of the archival site at the National Library will be available for
    electronic preservation and archiving following publication in
    cultureonline.org. As well, cultureonline.org webbooks will be listed in
    the yearly Books in Print, hard cover and online.

    For detail about the process and the costs of webbooks in cultureonline.org
    please go to <http://www.cultureonline.org>.

    The webpresence of and online access to work in the humanities and social
    sciences benefits the authors of the webbooks as name recognition and in
    the context of communication and dissemination of ideas and knowledge. Most
    importantly, New Media Scholarship has more readers and serves the
    scholarly community world wide. cultureonline.org is looking forward to
    receiving proposals to publish new work by interested scholars. Please pass
    the word about this new service to scholars everywhere.

    For the publishing and academic credentials of the publisher, Steven
    Totosy, please go to <http://www.arts.ualberta.ca/clcwebjournal/cv99.html>.
    Steven Totosy, publisher, <http://www.cultureonline.org>,
    Editor, CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture: A WWWeb Journal

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