Los Angeles, CA (January 16, 2014) Â In a changing academic environment, discoverability of scholarly content demands cooperative efforts across the communications supply chain. A new SAGE white paper, out today, summarizes the current discovery landscape for scholarly communications, advocates for cooperative efforts across the industry, and proposes specific recommendations for discoverability improvement for librarians, publishers, and service providers.
â€œThis white paper draws upon novel insights contributed by international experts aboutÂ the scholarly ecosystem of publisher content, research tools, and library systems. The experts make predictions about new cross-sector partnerships as researcher workflows evolve,â€ stated lead author Mary Somerville. â€œOur recommendations advanceÂ the common goal of furthering discovery, access, and usage of scholarly publications and creative work.â€ Continue reading SAGE white paper explores discoverability of scholarly content, recommends standards, transparency, metadata, and partnerships