Throwback to the Future
On Day Four of University Press Week, visit these blog sites that highlight the past and future of university press publishing.
Yale University Press on mass media and the global village
Indiana University Press on Indiana’s Bicentennial Bookshelf
Seminary Co-op Bookstores reproduces their Fall 1983 newsletter
University of Michigan Press introduce two major projects: a digital archaeology monograph about excavating a Roman city, built on a video game platform; and a new digital publishing platform for information and data in multiple forms.
IPR License introduces its work as a fully transactional rights and licensing online marketplace
Columbia University Press on the South Asia Across the Disciplines series, a Mellon-funded collaborative project of Columbia University Press, the University of Chicago Press, and the University of California Press
University of Toronto Press Journals looks back and forward at online publishing platforms for journals
Also, plan to watch this event on Friday!
Scholars and Editors on Social Media
YouTube Live Friday, November 18, 12PM ET
Communities of scholars and editors have always been essential to the work of university presses. Today these communities often form and find each other via social media. An AAUP Art of Acquisitions Hangout brings together editors and scholars to explore this. Watch the livestream >
And view an impressive gallery of university presses collaborating with partners to form communities.