Cites & Insights 14:9 (September 2014) available

Cites & Insights 14:9 (September 2014) is now available for downloading at http://citesandinsights.info/civ14i9.pdf

This two-column print-oriented version is 18 pages.

For those reading C&I online or on an ereader, the single-column 35-page 6×9″ edition is available at http://citesandinsights.info/civ14i9on.pdf

This issue includes:

The Front: Toward 15 and 200: The Report    pp. 1-2

I promised a list of supporters and sponsors and an overall report on the outcome of the spring 2014 fundraising campaign for C&I. Here it is. Oh, there’s also “A Word to the Easily Confused” about the definition of “journal,” the change in the masthead to “periodical” because some folks are easily confused, and the need for consistency when choosing to regard gray literature as worthless.

Intersections: Some Notes on Elsevier  pp. 2-16

A half-dozen subtopics (actually five subtopics and some miscellanea) involving Elsevier that haven’t been covered recently elsewhere in C&I.

The Back  pp. 16-18

Four mini-essays.

 

NOTE: One paragraph on page 15 of this issue includes erroneous (reversed) pounds-to-dollars calculations. Those have been fixed and the issue has been replaced. The net change: JISC did *not* apparently strike a much harder bargain with Elsevier; the UK prices are higher except at the low end, where they’re about the same.

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