Short-Form Digital Grows at University Presses

Back in March, the Digital Digest profiled Princeton Shorts, a new short-form e-book program launched last fall by Princeton University Press. At least two more AAUP presses have launched short e-book programs this spring: Stanford, with Stanford Briefs, and North Carolina, with UNC Press E-Book Shorts. Full article >


Charting a Course through Disruptive Times: Report from the 2012 Yale Publishing Course

An overflowing week talking about book publishing brings almost as many questions as answers. E-books: What formats should you publish in? What production workflows work best? Is there a place for enhanced e-books? How about e-book access that comes free with purchase of the traditional printed book? And how do we price these things anyway? Full article >


Cloud-Watching: Report from Publishers Launch

About one hundred commercial publishers and service reps showed up for Mike Shatzkin's latest Publisher's Launch conference, "Book Publishing in the Cloud," at New York's Baruch College campus on July 26. Full article >


AAUP 2012 Wrap-Up

This year's Annual Meeting in Chicago was one of the best attended in the history of AAUP: close to 800 joined us to learn and connect over the three-day conference, "Igniting the Future." Full article >



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