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Keywords:

  • academia;
  • analytic philosophy;
  • automation;
  • e-books;
  • information;
  • Internet;
  • learning;
  • metadata;
  • social media;
  • teaching;
  • technology;
  • video

Abstract

Modern information technology allows academics many new ways to enhance their research activities. This article suggests that one of the most important changes in recent years has been the overwhelming proliferation of academic research. It proposes that many new developments in online publishing have been, and will continue to be, in response to this proliferation of research. It also offers some general principles based on six years' working for a series of innovative online journals, including examples of where new technologies have been used successfully to enrich a journal's content without adding substantively to the workloads of authors and editors.