Value-added Processes in Publishing and the Impact of ICTs, the Democratization of Publishing and Globalization
Costs of publishing in a competitive global market make it increasingly difficult for publishers to continue adding value in what many have come to call a knowledge society.
||Small presses; Specialist presses; Value-added processes
The International Journal of the Book, Volume 4, Issue 2, pp.35-40.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 776.520KB).
For almost ten years, Dr Stuart Ferguson has been Director of the Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University, Australia, which is a small, niche publisher in Library and Information Management, Teacher Librarianship and Children’s Literature. He is also a Senior Lecturer in Information Management and Librarianship and Course Coordinator of a postgraduate course in Library and Information Management. He has an academic background in politics and political theory, and has a PhD in literary history and theory. Research interests include information ethics, information politics, knowledge management and the knowledge society. His publications include books, articles and conference papers on information ethics, knowledge management, computers in libraries and education for library and information management.
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