“Legacy Content Conversion: Generating citations, revenue and goodwill from your publication history” appears in the Summer, 2005 issue of Journal Publishing, and is free for your download and use under the terms of the Reprint and Citation Policy (see below).
The article is intended to serve as a reference point for societies, associations, journals, trade publications and libraries who are considering digitizing published content.
From articulating needs to technology choices and business models, this article includes original research, hard-won insights and many other details sure to enhance the reader’s understanding of content digitization and deployment.
Published for the past 17 years, Journal Publishing is the newsletter of Allen Press, a leading printer and publishing services company based in Lawrence, Kansas. Journal Publishing is distributed worldwide in hardcopy to over 12,000 individuals in academic societies, associations and libraries.
- 3 case studies exploring various legacy conversion business models
- An in-depth, real-world study of how legacy conversion can contribute to content usage
- A revealing look at how PDF fares vs. HTML when all other things are equal
- Top 5 reasons to digitize back issues
- 7 key indicators favoring legacy conversion
- Key insights regarding considerations for publication-oriented document imaging
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