The 2023 University Presses Week program features a range of key works and titles from Association of University Presses member publishers.
A cross-disciplinary approach is planned for Oxford University Press’ newly announced “Intersections” online academic resource.
A high-level overview of AI and publishing interests opens the 75th Frankfurt’s Rights Meeting in its new multi-week format.
The first curation of free-to-read open-access titles from the Big Ten Open Books project features 100 works on sexuality and gender.
With students accessing the system from 170 countries, Cambridge University Press & Assessment is ahead of its anticipated schedule.
Through a distribution deal with IPG, Oxford University Press now has a direct sales channel for its children’s titles in the US and Canada.
Scholarly presses: Manchester University Press agrees to have its lists and ‘ManchesterHive’ digitally distributed by De Gruyter.
The international Association of University Presses has updated and expanded its free-to-use resources on Ukraine and Russia’s aggression.
The Cambridge, Harvard, and Princeton university presses and Simon & Schuster published the 2024 PROSE Excellence Awards.
Cambridge University Press reports that 400 of its journals offer open-access options to publishers; 66 with fully open access and 340 hybrid.