Robert Harington talks to Niko Pfund of Oxford University Press, in this series of perspectives from some of Publishing’s leaders across the non-profit and for- profit sectors of our industry.
Robert Harington talks to Barbara Kline Pope, Director of Johns Hopkins University Press, in this series of perspectives from some of Publishing’s leaders across the non-profit and for- profit sectors of our industry.
How many books do we read in a year? Wouldn’t a better question be how well, how thoughtfully we had engaged with long-form content?
You’re probably familiar with “library binding” of books. But just what does that entail?
Is the scholar-to-scholar exchange found in book reviews still of value to the community? There is concern over their decline.
There is a particular reading experience associated with annotated editions of classic literature. How do publishers enhance that experience?
In this episode of SSP’s Early Career Development Podcast, hosts Meredith Adinolfi and Sara Grimme chat with Anne Flegel, the Head of Academic Book Operations at Oxford University Press, and Midori Baer, Senior Director of Publishing Operations at the Proceedings of the National Academies of Science (PNAS), on the role of operations in scholarly publishing.
A panel attending the 2023 AUPresses Meeting hosted a conversation about optimizing books metadata and measuring its impact on search experiences in the mainstream web.
A new research study finds that open access monographs can generate significant revenue — both on the print side and digitally.
Authors can choose from a number of publication options. What drives an author to self-publish their book? What do they give up when they do?
The Disney film may be considered a classic, but Princeton University Press has more successfully delivered Felix Salton’s original message.
Fretting over work even as you head out on vacation? A new book on Henry David Thoreau may cause you to rethink employment priorities.
Looking for a good summer read? Those with a love for good mysteries and classic films have a treat in store!
The Directory of Open Access Books (DOAB) is celebrating its 10-year anniversary, a great opportunity to reflect on how far we have come with open infrastructures for the distribution and discoverability of open access books (monographs, edited collections, and other long-form publications).
As co-host of the Scholarly Communication Podcast, I’ve spent the last six months speaking with university press publishers and small to mid-size commercial book publishers. Here’s what I’ve learned.