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Volume 17, No. 3: Metrics for Measuring Publishing Value: Alternative and OtherwiseCurrent Issue
A note from our editor.
Stacy Konkiel, Heather Piwowar, and Jason Priem
A report from the group leading the way in altmetrics collection and reporting.
Giovanni De Grandis and Yrsa Neuman
A rubric for informing publishing model choices.
A critique of the way in which would-be professionals are prepared for the market.
Nina Belojevic, Jentery Sayers, and the INKE and MVP Research Teams
A group of scholars write about developing tools to support new forms of peer review.
Advocating for a book review equivalent for digital scholarship.
Jana Diesner, Jinseok Kim, and Susie Pak
Building a model for evaluating the impact of social documentaries in film.