The report’s summary of findings:
--Digital innovations are taking place in all disciplines.
--Digital publishing is shaped powerfully by the traditions of scholarly culture.
--Some of the largest resources with greatest impact have been in existence a long while.
--Many digital publications are small, niche resources.
--Although many of the digital scholarly resources are primarily text-based, there are also examples that incorporate multimedia technology and networking tools to create new and innovative works.
--Establishing credibility is not easy, but is of critical importance.
--Achieving sustainability—especially for those resources with an open-access mandate—is a universal challenge.