A pilot project representing the first significant experiment with the syndication of publisher content to a content supercontinent.
Guest post from Adam Hodgkin, looking at the differences between the academic books and journals markets, and how the aggregation strategies for journals may not work in the same manner for books.
This summer, Project MUSE announced that it is developing its ability to host and distribute open access (OA) ebooks. Project MUSE’s director Wendy Queen spoke with me recently about this program and some of the broader strategic issues we should be contemplating.
Is our future defined by third-party aggregators? Or is there a business opportunity there worth fighting for?