BEPress


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BEPressBerkeley Electronic Press
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Bepress a Berkeley, California-based business that helps academic libraries showcase and share their institutions' research for maximum impact.
Across the SAGE and BePress portal sites 22 manuscripts were accepted for publication, resulting in a 19.
The thing that is most powerful about bepress is its ability to handle publishing" from beginning to end, Candee adds.
By using SelectedWorks, says Jean-Gabriel Bankier, president and CEO of bepress, faculty members can share their research with colleagues and readers with search-engine-optimized results, which leads to more readership and exposure for their work.
Submission and review of manuscripts will be handled through the SAGE online manuscript submission and peer review system, SAGE Track, which has essentially the same features as the current Digital Commons system bepress, but a different 'look and feel'.
Other possible nongovernment members, not yet invited to join, may come: from University based free access providers of primary materials for example AltLaw [92] (Columbia University and the University of Colorado law schools); from some repositories of legal scholarship (for example, bePress Legal Repository [93]); and from developers of new collaborative forms of legal scholarship such as Wikipedia (which has extensive law content [94]) or (if it develops) JurisPedia.
The exception to this rule is the Digital Commons network by bepress (digitalcommons.
I recently read a report ("Library-Led Publishing With bepress Digital Commons: Data and Benchmarks Report"; digitalcommons.
Finally, we owe thanks to the support staff at Bepress who provide us, authors, and reviewers with prompt, helpful guidance using the portal site.
In her new role at bepress, she is working on expanding and developing the journal publishing program.
The digital commons: Open Journal Systems, bepress, DSpace, and other open access software projects enable librarians to launch campus-wide repositories that are pervasive and heavily used.