What is the future landscape for research publishing in textiles?

Farrer, Joan (2010) What is the future landscape for research publishing in textiles? Textiles Magazine, Centenary Issue. ISSN 1367-1308

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Abstract

Textiles research publishing is burgeoning, in the virtual and real world where computers crash and libraries creak under the strain of journals, subject specific literature, business case studies, illustrations, charts, mind maps, graphs, mathematical data, patents, intellectual property, technical and design applications, productions, disposal relating to national and international policy. Textile research is produced in academic and commercial ’silos’ where outputs and reporting generate income fuelled by research council funding structures and the private sector often creating an ‘old boys network’ in a virtuous circle. However it is apparent that outputs are increasingly inaccessible in their methods of delivery, vernacular and location, begging the question what is textiles research? Is the research relevant and if so how should its significance and impact be communicated to and accessed by those who can best use it, lay-people, academics and business alike?

Item Type: Journal article
Additional Information: Textiles is the quarterly magazine of The Textile Institute. This issue is a special Centenary Issue celebrating the past 100 years and looking to the future.
Uncontrolled Keywords: textiles; research; publishing; ubiquitous; computing; semantic web
Subjects: W000 Creative Arts and Design > W200 Design
G000 Computing and Mathematical Sciences > G500 Information Systems
V000 Historical and Philosophical studies
J000 Technologies > J400 Polymers and Textiles
Faculties: Faculty of Arts > School of Architecture and Design
Faculty of Arts
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Depositing User: Joan Farrer
Date Deposited: 15 May 2012 11:04
Last Modified: 24 May 2012 09:21
URI: http://eprints.brighton.ac.uk/id/eprint/9939

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