PREFACE TO THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION What prompted Springer- Verlag to
publish an English version of its two-volume history? The firm is basically a
German and German-language scientific publishing company. The growing ...
Author: Heinz Sarkowski
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
A chronicle written only by someone for whom the present important. Goethe, Maximen und Reflexionen The second volume of our company's history differs from the first in several ways. With a great appreciation of history, Heinz Sarkowski has impressively reconstructed the company cor- spondence, which is fortunately almost completely preserved, and made it speak. * There is an inexhaustible amount of c- respondence pertaining to the period I have taken it upon myself to cover, and working through it properly not only would have required many years, but also would have detracted from the immediacy of the account. Thus, I decided to proceed from personal experience, to describe what has happened and to provide details gleaned from the correspondence. I have - counted here by no means only my own, but rather the personal experiences of the many company members and employees who are mentioned below. With the founding of the New York firm, developments branch out, becoming parallel but separate, and the change from one scene to another repeatedly interrupts the continuing course of events and the chronological flow of the report. In this connection, the occasional repetition of certain facts was - avoidable. In some places, however, it seemed more appropriate not to interrupt particular lines of development, but to describe them in continuity without regard to specific periods of time.
scientific publication. The research environment can then attempt to falsify these
results in future research (Popper, 1934, 1959) or make productive use of it.
These conditions can be fulfilled only if sharing scientific information is the main ...
Author: Hans Roosendaal
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Scientific Publishing addresses the issue of business models in scientific publishing and how these relate to the research process (e.g. support or inhibit this process). The researcher is taken as the starting point for the considerations to arrive at a comprehensive description of the publishing process as an integral part of the research process. The properties of different business models are tested against this description, allowing an analysis of the advantages and disadvantages of these models in supporting the research process. Examines business models in scientific publishing and how these relate to the research process i.e. support or inhibit the process The researcher is taken as the starting point to provide a comprehensive description of the publishing process as an integral part of the research process The various scenarios for scientific publishing are discussed and the consequences for stakeholders, such as, Higher Education Institutions and Libraries
Author, Editor, and Reviewer Perspectives Edited by Jasna Markovac, PhD,
Publishing Officer, Health Information Technology & Services, University of
Michigan Molly Kleinman, MS, Program Managerfor Clinical Education & Basic
Author: Jasna Markovac
Publisher: Academic Press
Very few doctors and scientists receive any sort of systematic training in publishing, editing, and reviewing scholarly articles, despite the central importance of that work for scientific research and for their careers. Medical and Scientific Publishing will help fill the gap and help readers to: Understand processes of scientific and medical publishing Understand the role of an academic in medical publishing Become a better scientific communicator Develop skills to effectively serve as the editor of a medical journal Medical and Scientific Publishing is based on a successful course at the University of Michigan Medical School for third and fourth year medical students. The course teaches students not just how to write scientific and medical articles, but addresses key issues surrounding copyright, ethics, open access and much more. Students will build a strong foundation on how to do peer review and how to be authors and editors which are important skills in building a professional career. Covers a full range of essential information – explanation of publishing licenses, copyright and permissions, how to do peer review, how to write effectively, how journal publishing works, and much more Emphasizes rigor, quality, and scientific integrity in writing, editing, and publishing Focuses on authorship and editorial skills by experienced authors and publishers
Ośrodek Rozpowszechniania Wydawnictw Naukowych. INTRODUCTION The “
Quarterly Review of Publications “ , published since 1955 , covers publications of
the Polish Academy of Sciences and of such scientific societies as are supported
Author: Polska Akademia Nauk
This book describes the fortunes and activities of one of the few specialist publishing houses still in the hands of the same family that established it over years ago, and with it gives a p- trayal of those members who directed it.
Author: Heinz Sarkowski
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This book describes the fortunes and activities of one of the few specialist publishing houses still in the hands of the same family that established it over years ago, and with it gives a p- trayal of those members who directed it. In doing so it covers a period of momentous historical events that directly and in- rectly shaped the firm's actions and achievements. But this volume tells not only, in word and picture, the story of Springer- Verlag but also, interwoven with it, the story of scientific p- lishing in Germany over the span of a hundred years. The text, densely packed with carefully researched facts and figures, is illuminated and supplemented by many illustrations whose captions, together with the author's notes, contain a wealth of important and interesting information. The reader is urged to read these captions as well as the notes so as to - preciate in full the events and people described. I have added a few footnotes to clarify or expand on some matters that may be unfamiliar to non-German readers. Because of the long period of time covered in these pages many of the documents and letters shown and commented upon are different in diction and style from those of today. An - tempt was made in the translation to keep the flavour of the original language and not contemporise it.
In this respect, special acknowledgement is made of information derived from Mr
David Hamilton's book The Healers, a History of Medicine in Scotland,
Canongate Publishing, Edinburgh, which helped considerably in the preparation
of the ...
1 Timmermans , J .: Physico - chemical Constants of Pure Organic Compounds ,
Elsevier Publishing Co. , Inc. , Amsterdam , 1950 . 2 Moore , R. J. , Gibbs , P. ,
and Eyring , H .: J. Phys . Chem . , 57 : 172 , 1953 . 3Huggins , M. L .: J. Amer .
Author: Eastman Kodak Company. Research Laboratories
Category: Photographic chemistry
Tackling the scientific journal crisis Maarten Cornet and Ben Vollaard * Abstract
There is a crisis in scientific publishing . The most pressing problem is the
reduced access to scientific knowledge , caused by ever - rising prices for
journals and ...
Category: Economic forecasting
"What is happening in publishing and in the information market? This book provides an international strategic forum for all parties involved in the role of information in science and society.
Author: Arnoud De Kemp
Publisher: IOS Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
"What is happening in publishing and in the information market? This book provides an international strategic forum for all parties involved in the role of information in science and society. Rather than simply restating well known positions, the editors aim at a fresh approach which will deal with the many structural changes which have taken place in the information and value chains. Issues of language, culture, education, finance, technology, politics, standardization and other matters will have a serious impact on the outreach of scientific communication. Academic publishing in Europe has a long tradition in which many small and medium -sized publishers and publishing societies have played a significant role. We have seen valuable initiatives for the creation of digital libraries. We have seen new funding models such as Open Access and a major change from subscriptions to the licensing of information usage. The way in which we cite, quote and link information is changing as well. The correct use of information, however, depends also on the ability to search information and search engines do not yet come up to professional expectations. The goal of this publication is that stakeholders and interested parties will have a better understanding of the implications of change and will be able to identify the challenges and possibilities for more efficient production, dissemination and use of information."
Using the published work of Nobel Laureate Niels Kaj Jerne, this book shows how he developd his ideas. The book is a compilation of his published work, but in fact it is much more than that.
Author: Ivan Lefkovits
Publisher: World Scientific
Using the published work of Nobel Laureate Niels Kaj Jerne, this book shows how he developd his ideas. The book is a compilation of his published work, but in fact it is much more than that. Whether the reader wants to read the book systematically, or only browse, it opens a fascinating world of hypotheses, theories, facts and vistas. His selection theory, his view of how immunological diversity is created, and his concept of lymphocytes interacting as a network, reveals Jerne's revolutionary spirit. The book ought to be a rich source of inspiration for everyone interested in science and how science is made.
Author: Helena Bukvova
J. Matthias Starck comprehensively guides the reader in this essential through all steps of writing an expert review for a scientific journal.
Author: J. Matthias Starck
J. Matthias Starck comprehensively guides the reader in this essential through all steps of writing an expert review for a scientific journal. It is built on a succinct analysis how science works, how science is communicated and how science is published. It provides a critical guide how to write good, informative and fair peer reviews. The author presents a critical discussion of different peer review procedures and their alternatives, explains ethical guidelines as well as the dark sides of scientific publishing. So this essential helps the reader to perform better in the existing system and to contribute to its further development and improvement.
Can scientists who become editors stay sane ? One experienced observer of the
publishing scene thinks that academics who agree to edit scholarly books put
their reason at risk: 'To get the single author to write to a deadline is bad enough
Author: Maeve O'Connor
Publishers, researchers, librarians, vendors in the information sphere, and those who are passionate about science will all find much to interest them in this work.
Author: Adam Etkin
Publisher: Against the Grain, LLC
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Charleston Briefings: Trending Topics for Information Professionals is a thought-provoking series of brief books concerning innovation in the sphere of libraries, publishing, and technology in scholarly communication. The briefings, growing out of the vital conversations characteristic of the Charleston Conference and Against the Grain, will offer valuable insights into the trends shaping our professional lives and the institutions in which we work. The Charleston Briefings are written by authorities who provide an effective, readable overview of their topics--not an academic monograph. The intended audience is busy nonspecialist readers who want to be informed concerning important issues in our industry in an accessible and timely manner.
PUBLICATIONS A Batch of Scientific and Technical Publications Have Come Off
the Press ( Peking Jen - min Jih - pao , April 26 , 1973 ) ( NCNA Peking , April 25 ,
1973 ) The Scientific Publishing House and a few relevant publishing units ...
Author: United States. Consulate General (Hong Kong, China)
This important volume is destined to become essential reading for historians of science, religion, and publishing alike.
Author: Aileen Fyfe
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Threatened by the proliferation of cheap, mass-produced publications, the Religious Tract Society issued a series of publications on popular science during the 1840s. The books were intended to counter the developing notion that science and faith were mutually exclusive, and the Society's authors employed a full repertoire of evangelical techniques—low prices, simple language, carefully structured narratives—to convert their readers. The application of such techniques to popular science resulted in one of the most widely available sources of information on the sciences in the Victorian era. A fascinating study of the tenuous relationship between science and religion in evangelical publishing, Science and Salvation examines questions of practice and faith from a fresh perspective. Rather than highlighting works by expert men of science, Aileen Fyfe instead considers a group of relatively undistinguished authors who used thinly veiled Christian rhetoric to educate first, but to convert as well. This important volume is destined to become essential reading for historians of science, religion, and publishing alike.
You could do much worse than start here. There are many books on how to write and be published aimed at research students and other aspiring academics. Many of these are readable, comprehensive and provide good advice.
Author: Stephen K. Donovan
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
The time has come. You are an Earth scientist. You’ve spent weeks, months, years working on this project – now is the time to pull it together for publication. You might be writing an undergraduate or graduate thesis, a research paper for a leading journal, a note for the newsletter of the local amateur scientific society, a book review or an abstract for a specialist geological conference. How do you make the transition from promising unpublished researcher to established academic author? Of course, the phrase ‘academic publishing’ covers a multitude of sins; monographs, research papers, book reviews, conference abstracts or whatever each requires a different approach. You have to decide what it is you are going to write and where to publish it. There are co-authors, supervisors of your degree, peer reviewers and editors to deal with on the way. But the only way to write like an academic is to write like an academic. . . where do you start? You could do much worse than start here. There are many books on how to write and be published aimed at research students and other aspiring academics. Many of these are readable, comprehensive and provide good advice. This book is composed of numerous short chapters on this subject, all directly relevant to one or more aspects of academic publishing and aimed particularly at the Earth scientists in the broadest sense. Geologists will be encouraged to use the book as much as a reference as a reader, ‘dipping in’ to the chapters that contain relevant tips, hints and comments to enable them to improve the paper that they are currently writing. The book is intended to be informative, readable and, above all, of practical application for all readers. In summary, the volume will be a readable compilation investigating many facets of academic publishing relevant to the Earth sciences. It will be of particular interest to postgraduate students, postdocs and new academics
Calling on Dr. Konrad Springer , PW learned something about his particular
commitment to Springer's scientific publishing . For he himself is a specialist ( in
plant physiology ) and maintains personal relations with scientists throughout the
Author: American Book Trade Association
Category: Book industries and trade Canada Periodicals
The book explores some of the biggest issues and challenges in academic publication, including: the impact of English as a global academic language, the growth of the assessment culture surrounding publication, the practices of knowledge ...
Author: Ken Hyland
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Study Aids
Ken Hyland provides an authoritative discussion of key aspects of writing for academic publication. What are the issues surrounding particular academic genres? What are the processes experienced by scholars writing in these genres on the way to publication? The book explores some of the biggest issues and challenges in academic publication, including: the impact of English as a global academic language, the growth of the assessment culture surrounding publication, the practices of knowledge construction at institutional and local levels, the emergence of Open Access and social media publishing. As well as outlining implications for pedagogy in the English-language classroom, Hyland fully evaluates the social practices surrounding knowledge creation and the political implications of global publishing. “Ken Hyland’s book is an important contribution to the literature on academic publishing. It is accessibly written, key concepts and themes are well explained, and the issues that are discussed are clearly connected to the challenges faced by academic writers.” Brian Paltridge, Professor of TESOL, University of Sydney Ken Hyland is the Head of the Centre for Applied English Studies and holds the Chair of Applied Linguistics at the University of Hong Kong. Oxford Applied Linguistics Series Advisers: Anne Burns and Diane Larsen-Freeman