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Electronic Publishing in Archaeology

From: Journal of Scholarly Publishing
Volume 37, Number 4, July 2006
pp. 270-287 | 10.1353/scp.2006.0018


Electronic publishing has currently achieved varying degrees of success in different academic disciplines. This article briefly reviews the exercise of electronic publishing in archaeology and introduces some major efforts in its development. By looking at the challenges and opportunities of these digital projects, the article attempts to pinpoint potential directions of development. An involvement of e-print repositories in supporting archaeological scholarly communication is proposed.