Scholarly Journals in the New Electronic World

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FOREWORD
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We wish to thank Maureen Ranson for the translation and Cathleen Poehler for the revision.
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The partners we have been working with for many months now are: Lynn Copeland and Rowland Lorimer (Simon Fraser University), Frits Pannekoek (University of Calgary), Karen Turko (University of Toronto), Gwendolyn Ebbett (Windsor University), Alan Burk (University of New Brunswick) and David Moorman (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada), as well as our partners from the Érudit consortium, among them Claude Bonnelly (Université Laval) and Chantal Bouthat (Université du Québec à Montréal).

INTRODUCTION
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This book draws, in particular, on Boismenu, Gérard, et al., Le projet Érudit : Un laboratoire pour la publication et la diffusion électroniques des revues universitaires, Montréal, Report on the pilot project conducted by Les Presses de l'Université de Montréal submitted to the Fonds FCAR, May 1999, 225 p., ; Boismenu, Gérard, and Guylaine Beaudry, “Publications électroniques et revues savantes : Acteurs, rôles et réseaux”, Documentaliste. Sciences de l'information, 36 (6), 1999, pp. 292-305 and Documentation et Bibliothèques, ASTED, 45 (4), 1999, pp. 149-60; Guylaine Beaudry, Gérard Boismenu, et al., Conception d'un portail de production, de diffusion et de gestion de publications électroniques: Étude de faisabilité, Montréal, Report submitted to the Fonds FCAR, September 2000, 126 p.; Guylaine Beaudry and Gérard Boismenu, “Expertise technique et

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