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Resources and materials to help presses and others celebrate University Press Week 2018.

Images and Collateral Files

Select 2018 logo files, banners, and more to download and use during University Press Week celebrations.

You can also request pre-printed bookmarks and laptop stickers to distribute at events!

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Customize a Press Release 

A version of the October 12 announcement is available to be customized for local celebrations and events.

Read the original press release >

Download a Word document to easily customize >

#TurnItUP and #ReadUP

We use the hashtag #ReadUP year-round to communicate the core of our mission: valuable scholarship and writing on any topic you can imagine. (It's pronounced "Read up" to encomapass the entire AAUP community‚ not just U.P.'s!) In 2018, we're promoting the hashtag #TurnItUP to emphasize the work our members do in amplifying voices, communities, ideas, and scholarship.

Read for inspiration on how the tag can be effectively used across social media, at academic conferences and book fairs, and even in print marketing materials >


We periodically collect testimonials on the importance of university presses and mission-driven publishers from scholars, authors, booksellers, policy makers, and university leadership.

A wide collection of further testimonials from writers, scholars, and public figures can be read here and here.

These words of support and celebration are useful reminders of the range and passion of our audiences, the depths of the needs and the breadth of the communities that our mission serves.

Creating Videos

Question prompts and filming tips for creating quick video clips—use them on your own social media and/or send to Ingram for their annual University Press Week montage!

Pivot to video >

Influence Maps

First used in 2012, Press Influence Maps are a tool that can be used far beyond University Press Week. These innovative visualizations of your press's impact on the world are an effective way to show the value of a university press. Ideas and Instructions for Building Influence Maps >