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Subject: ny katalog över nättidskrifter
From: Mats Dahlstrom <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Thu, 14 Dec 2000 12:42:24 +0100
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Hallå i mörkret.

Måste nättidskrifter utformas som sina pappersanfäder? Hur kan de utnyttja digitala mediers möjlighet till kollaboration, dynamik, nya distributionsvillkor, personalisering, sökbarhet etc, och därmed erbjuda ngt kanske radikalt annat än papperstidskrifter - på gott och ont? (Finns förresten ngn svensk el nordisk tidskriftsmotsvarighet till *öppen* peer-review ā la Journal of Interactive Media in Education, se <http://www-jime.open.ac.uk/00/ingraham/ingraham-t.html>?)

Nå. Kollegor intresserade av nättidskrifters olika skepnader och formutveckling rekommenderas att ta en titt på ett aktuellt arbete att upprätta en katalog över (mer el mindre teknikinnovativa) nättidskrifter - pekat på i nedan citerade brev.

Trevlig fortsatt "vinter" (skall det aldrig ta slut?) / Mats D
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         Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2000 09:42:56 +0000
         From: Gerry McKiernan <[log in to unmask]>
         Subject: EJI:A Registry of Innovative E-Journal Features and 
Functionalities

     _EJI: A Registry of Innovative E-Journal Features and Functionalities_

    I am pleased to announce the establishment of a new registry entitled
_EJI_ [pronounced E.J.I. _or_ 'edgy"}. _EJI_ is a registry of "Innovative
E-Journal Features and Functionalities" available at

              [   http://www.public.iastate.edu/~CYBERSTACKS/EJI.htm ]

     Presently the following categories have been established for EJI:

     *  Accelerated Publication
     * Citation Management
     * Collective E-Journals
     * Indexing
     * Issue-In-Progress
     * Manuscript Submission and Tracking Systems
     * Open Peer Review
     * Overlay E-Journals
     * Personalized E-Journals
     * Reactive E-Journals
     * Virtual E-Journals
     * Virtual Filing Cabinets

      I have chosen not to define each category at this time and hope that
MyWebColleague  will understand the nature of each category by visiting the
linked entries.

     I am greatly interested in learning about *other* e-journals that have
these features and functionalities.

     I am also interested in learning about other 'innovative' or
'cutting-edge' e-journal features and functionalities as well as the
e-journals that exhibit these.
I have identified several additional features and functionalities and hope
that MYWebColleagues are aware of such progressive e-journals. These are:

        * Annotative E-Journals
              E-Journals that permit a reader to annotate the text of
              an e-article with personal comments [This category would also
              e-journals that allow a reader to highlight within an e-article
              or to  make verbal annotations that would be appended to the
              text. It could also include e-journals that include an audio
              annotation by the author(s) to supplement an e-article's text]

         * Collaborative E-Journals
               E-Journal that include a features that allows a reader
               to retrieve the articles that were read by other readers
               who also read the article currently being read by
               a reader [The Amazon feature " Those who bought Book A
               also bought Book B, C and D]

         * Raw and Supplemental Data    / Computer Code
               This would include e-journals that allow an author
               to include direct / access to raw or supplemental
               data that is analyzed in the e-article; or software
               code for analyzing the data

          * Interactive Formulae, Graphs and/or Models
                This would include e-journals that allow readers to
                interactive with formulas with the text of an article
                to consider other possibilities with other data
                or datasets

           * Relatedness
              This a function found in Science Citation Index CD-ROM
              that allows for the identification of 'related' papers based
              upon the degree of shared references. This made be identified as
              a 'related' function in the e-journal or a 'find similar'
              function.

           * Database Access
             This would include e-journals that provide either
             explicit or implicit access to database records either as
             a separate database (e.g., Medline) or as a link to database
             records (e.g., Science Direct)

            * Advanced Display
              This would include e-journals that provide the ability to
              display the results of a search in an alternative format, for
example.
              using visualization technologies  such as SPIRE  and other
              visualization technologies developed at the Pacific Northwest
National
              Laboratory [ http://multimedia.pnl.gov:2080/infoviz/index.html],
              or those developed out of Xerox PARC [http://www.inxight.com/ ]
              or Kohomen Self-Organzing Semantic  Maps (SOMs)
               [  e.g., http://websom.hut.fi/websom/ ]

          * E-Journal Page Customization
             E-Journals that allow a reader to customize an e-journal
            based upon personal display or organizational  preferences

                           [QUITE A LIST, Huh? [:-)]

      As Always, Any and All Contributions, Suggestions, Candidates,
Critiques, Questions, Comments, Recounts, Cosmic Insights. etc. Are Most
Welcome!

      Regards,

Gerry McKiernan
Edgy Librarian
Iowa State University
Ames IA 50011

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             "The Best Way to Predict the Future is to Invent It!"
                                                  Alan Kay 

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