Translation rights are increasingly important to academic publishers. Representatives from two of the world’s oldest university presses explain why.
In a major focus on its metadata, Cambridge University Press is working this year to improve the discoverability of its material for library users.
At the UK’s newest university press, key points of campus-based publishing emerge: ‘You’ve just got to be really clear about why you’re innovating.’
University Press Week is a celebration of the nonprofit, content-driven nature of university presses, which allows them to take more risks than for-profit publishers
‘Our publishing industry is complex and vibrant,’ says publisher Karina Bolasco, who speaks on October 18 as The Philippines’ analyst in Frankfurt Book Fair’s The Markets: Global Publishing Summit.
Bright color and intricately embellished texts make the new University of British Columbia Library acquisitions stunners.
When delegates from nine US university presses joined their UK counterparts in Liverpool, new publishing models and strategic relationships came into focus.
A Mellon grant is funding UPScope, a new visual discovery platform for long-form scholarly platform from the Association of American University Presses.
Columbia University Press has taken over a Read Russia project from Overlook Press to publish translations of over 125 modern classics from Russia.
Among the innovative new tech on display at the annual AAUP meeting were new tools for annotations and publishing open access monographs.