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Scholarly Kitchen Podcast: Standards, Standards, Standards

sk podcastIn this episode, Scholarly Kitchen chef and NISO executive director Todd Carpenter talks about the importance of technical standards in scholarly publishing today, some upcoming things to watch for on the standards horizon, and how publishers need to infuse standards awareness deeper in their organizations.

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About Stewart Wills

I'm the Editor and Content Director for Optics & Photonics News, published by The Optical Society.

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2 thoughts on “Scholarly Kitchen Podcast: Standards, Standards, Standards

  1. A text transcript would be nice for those of us who don’t hear well or at all.

    Posted by Frank Lowney | Nov 20, 2013, 10:42 am
    • Thanks for this comment. I definitely agree. Right now, unfortunately, limitations in both budget and time don’t allow for that extra service. But a transcript would be the first thing I would add if that situation were to change.

      Posted by Stewart Wills | Nov 20, 2013, 6:35 pm

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