In the midst of a couple of major projects, here are some top-of-mind lessons from cultivating and sharing ideas on the long road of innovation.
A response to Joe Esposito’s post last week about partnerships between libraries and university presses.
The Scholarly Kitchen turns four. Are we losing our ability to be provocative, interesting, insightful, and engaging? We’re just getting started . . .
A dialogue on patron-driven acquisitions by a librarian (Rick Anderson) and a publishing consultant (Joe Esposito). Patron-driven acquisitons may evolve into patron-driven access. But publishers ultimately will have to bless the plans.
As Thanksgiving envelopes the US in turkey, tradition, and rituals of all sorts, its good to take stock of where the Kitchen finds itself, and to thank its most important element — its audience.
Joe Esposito’s new article in the Journal of Electronic Publishing is not your typical Open Access diatribe loosely held together with non-sequiturs, nor is it a pronouncement of how-we-done-good in our company/library. It is a cogent argument based on the economic theory of attention.