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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2081/71

Title: Publishing workflow recommendations
Authors: Benner, John
Keywords: digital
scholarly publishing
academic publishing
Issue Date: 5-May-2004
Abstract: This report will explore the issues that the AnthroSource portal’s creators must address in implementing a publishing workflow system to produce content suitably packaged to meet the requirements of long-term storage in a digital repository.
Description: Beebe and Meyers (2000) have divided the process of scholarly publishing into the following six major functions: content development, publisher enhancements, manufacturing, distribution, marketing, and archiving. This report will focus on three of these functions—content development, publisher enhancements, and archiving—because they are the most relevant functions to the process of creating digital documents for a portal and preserving them indefinitely. For each of these three functions, and for retrospective conversion, this report will examine the method of approach that UCP/Atypon have proposed. Where other models are available, this report will explore methods that parties engaged in similar projects have used or proposed. The goal is to recommend a model to UCP/Atypon for each major function.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1721.1/71
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