Judith Axler Turner, editor
The Journal of Electronic Publishing, a publication of the University of
Michigan Press, has since 1994 been collecting and archiving writings that
help us understand the new and exciting medium of digital publishing.
In September 1997, JEP will begin quarterly publication with a format
designed to go beyond the traditional scholarly journal by combining the
best scholarly articles with the best essays from practitioners in this
field. Together scholars and practitioners can widen our understanding of
the emerging electronic-publishing field, and allow us to apply that
understanding to our ventures in this area.
We invite your submissions.
Uses of the works in the JEP
The works included in the JEP are the property of their authors and
are used by permission. Since the rules for use of published electronic
documents are still somewhat undefined, we insist that readers apply the same
principles of fair use to the works in this electronic archive that they
would to a published, printed archive. These works may be read online,
downloaded for personal use, or the URL of a document (from this server)
included in another electronic document. The text itself may not be published
commercially (in print or electronic form), edited, or otherwise altered
without the permission of the author. As with printed materials, care should
be taken when excerpting or referencing text to ensure that the views,
opinions, and arguments of the author accurately reflect those contained in
the original work.
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the University of Michigan Press.