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Cross-Border Integration: Reflections on the Development of Academic Journals

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1104666, PP. 1-9

Subject Areas: Journalism and Communication

Keywords: Internet , Academic Communication, Diversified Development, All Media Publishing

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The “Internet ” era is the current general trend of social and economic development. Internet academic publishing has promoted the diversity of academic publishing media, and has also had an important impact on the traditional academic publishing industry. The traditional media-media academic journals have experienced a decline in their dissemination, and their market-oriented operations have been difficult to adapt to the current difficulties of dissemination and homogenization. Internationalization, digitalization, and networking are the requirements of the times. Academic journals need to face the academic world, carry out the second transformation, change the way of thinking, and achieve common innovation and collaborative research. Only by starting from the demand of network society for all kinds of knowledge and information, and strengthening the power of full-media publishing and development, can academic journals shift from the traditional publishing model to the knowledge service industry with “Internet ” as the main feature, in order to enhance their knowledge service capabilities and information dissemination capabilities.

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Chen, Y. (2018). Cross-Border Integration: Reflections on the Development of Academic Journals. Open Access Library Journal, 5, e4666. doi:


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