Notice: This file is archived for historical purposes only and is not being updated. Please see the index for updates.
- CIOS: Communication Institute for Online Scholarship, a non-profit organization for online communication scholarship (http://cios.org)
- CNI: Coalition for Networked Information, a project of the Association of Research Libraries, CAUSE, and EDUCOM to promote the creation of and access to information resources in networked environments in order to enrich scholarship and to enhance intellectual productivity (http://www.cni.org)
- IATH: Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, an effort to bring Jefferson's educational ideas of exchange across disciplines and integrated living and learning (http://jefferson.village.virginia.edu)
- Scholarly Communications Project: of University Libraries, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, a project to pioneer electronic communication of scholarly materials (http://borg.lib.vt.edu)
- Scholarly Communication Reports: Quarterly Technical Reports (ftp://borg.lib.vt.edu/pub/vpiej-l/reports)
- Scholarly Electronic Forums: information on professional and academic discussion groups (http://www.oise.on.ca/~arojo/forums.html)
- Scholarly Societies: University of Waterloo Library maintains links to gophers and other servers of scholarly societies (http://www.lib.uwaterloo.ca/society/overview.html)
- Scholarly Comm paper/Kahin: Scholarly Communication in the Network Environment Issues of Principle, Policy, and Practice, by Brian Kahin (ftp://ftp.cni.org/CNI/projects/Harvard.scp/kahin.txt)
- Scholarly Comm/Libraries: Published by The Association of Research Libraries for The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (ftp://ftp.cni.org/ARL/mellon/)
- Scholarly Communication study: University Libraries and Scholarly Communication, A Study Prepared for The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, by Anthony M. Cummings, Marcia L. Witte, William G. Bowen, Laura O. Lazarus, and Richard H. Ekman, November 1992 (http://www.lib.virginia.edu/mellon/mellon.html)
- Scholarly Publishing models: Model University Policy Regarding Faculty Publication in Scientific and Technical Scholarly Journals A Background Paper and Review of the Issues (ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/docs/about-the-net/trln-copyright-paper)
Scholars use online communication as a powerful way to keep in contact with each other, collaborate, and share information. In this section, I list major sites that are focused on scholarship, particularly scholarship conducted in online contexts.