Rethinking how we present scholarly research


from Press News, posted 05/05/2010 - 05:13

After being stranded in New Zealand last month due to the volcanic cloud, NIAS Press editor in chief Gerald Jackson is finally back on the job. One might have thought that being stranded was enough and that his luck would have held in other ways at least. Not so. Part of his trip involved a San Francisco stopover, with purchase of one of Apple’s new iPads near the top of his to-do list. 

Sadly, he failed; no iPad was to be found for love or money. This new gadget is selling like crazy.

Happily, he did get to test drive an iPad and has mixed thoughts about it. For his first impressions of the iPad – and why he thinks it has the potential to utterly transform how we present scholarly research – you might like to visit the latest post from his Getting Published blog.


 

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