Scholars are citing proportionally more older material, a new Google paper reports. Digital publishing and delivery, and better search engines can only explain part of the trend. Something much bigger is taking place.
Our measurements of online advertising and online usage seem concrete and definitive, but they may obscure a larger truth about actual engagement and usage, leading to that subtle distinction between precision and accuracy.
A new book for scholarly publishers updates a classic, and shows just how diverse, interesting, and promising scholarly publishing has become.