Source Publication (e.g., journal title)
Attempts to expose some of the myths that stand in the way of a better future for scholarly publishing. Traditional print journals and electronic publishing; Showing the myth and the reality; The myth that libraries have become irrelevant to scientists; The myth that scientists cancel personal subscriptions because they do not need the journals; The myth that storage and communication of electronic journals are free; The dispelling of other myths.
Carol Tenopir and Donald W. King. “Setting the Record Straight on Journal Publishing: Myth Vs. Reality.” Library Journal 121 (March 15, 1996): 32-35.