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The skyrocketing subscription prices for science, technology, and medicine (STM) journals, and development of open access publishing in response are starting to shake the foundations of scholarly communication. The implications for the humanities are far from certain, given its different funding sources and communication style. Nearly 200 conference attendees joined an expert panel as they presented the course of their own innovations in scholarly communication and how they suggested the particular form and promise open access takes in the humanities.
The panel consisted of: