Charleston Library Conference at Frankfurt: Open Access in Focus

« In a Charleston Library Conference session at the Frankfurt Book Fair, the discussion centered on the changes brought by open … Continuer la lecture de « Charleston Library Conference at Frankfurt: Open Access in Focus »

Source > publishingperspectives.com, Hannah Johnson, 16 octobre 2020

Library Support for OA Books Workshop: the German perspective

« This summer, as part of the WP2, we started a series of European-based workshops, aiming at gaining a better understanding … Continuer la lecture de « Library Support for OA Books Workshop: the German perspective »

Source > copim.pubpub.org, Agata Morka, 6 aout 2020

Colloque 2019 « #ScienceOuverte : quelles pistes pour publier autrement ? » 17 octobre 2019, Université de Lorraine [vidéos]

« L’Université de Lorraine poursuit son cycle de séminaires sur la Science Ouverte: Quelles sont les grandes tendances de l’édition scientifique … Continuer la lecture de « Colloque 2019 « #ScienceOuverte : quelles pistes pour publier autrement ? » 17 octobre 2019, Université de Lorraine [vidéos] »

Source > videos.univ-lorraine.fr, 15 novembre 2019

Open Access Books: The First 100 Books from Johns Hopkins University Project

« This is Open Access Week, an opportunity for concentrated information sharing and reflecting on issues and policies. This year’s theme … Continuer la lecture de « Open Access Books: The First 100 Books from Johns Hopkins University Project »

Source > scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org, Karin Wulf, 21 octobre 2019

Presentations and declaration from 2nd Association of European University Presses (AEUP) Conference

« Presentations from the 2nd AEUP conference (Re-)Shaping University Presses and Institutional Publishing, are now available on Zenodo. An outcome of … Continuer la lecture de « Presentations and declaration from 2nd Association of European University Presses (AEUP) Conference »

Source > aeup.eu, 4 octobre 2019

MIT Press Embraces New Access Models to Fulfill Mission

« The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Press was the first university press to sign an agreement with the Internet Archive … Continuer la lecture de « MIT Press Embraces New Access Models to Fulfill Mission »

Source > blog.archive.org, Lila Bailey, 4 septembre 2019

Cornell Joins TOME Open Monograph Initiative as 15th University Member

« The following is a statement from the Association of American Universities, the Association of Research Libraries, and the Association of … Continuer la lecture de « Cornell Joins TOME Open Monograph Initiative as 15th University Member »

Source > arl.org/news, Peter Potter, 19 juillet 2019

New open access publisher competes through quality and efficient dissemination – the first HUP monographs will be released this year

« The University of Helsinki’s own open access publisher Helsinki University Press (HUP) has refined its publishing and service processes and … Continuer la lecture de « New open access publisher competes through quality and efficient dissemination – the first HUP monographs will be released this year »

Source > blogs.helsinki.fi, kirjoittanut Juuso P Ala-Kyyny, 21 janvier 2019

University of Huddersfield Press first to launch with Janeway – a new open source publishing platform for open access research

(…)) Working with the Open Library of Humanities Today is the culmination for over 12 months of hard work behind … Continuer la lecture de « University of Huddersfield Press first to launch with Janeway – a new open source publishing platform for open access research »

Source > alpsp.org, 28 novembre 2018

Göttingen University Press Platform now supports Annotation via Hypothes.is

« Within the HIRMEOS project, Göttingen University Press aims to add on its platform new services that allow for deeper interaction … Continuer la lecture de « Göttingen University Press Platform now supports Annotation via Hypothes.is »

Source > hirmeos.eu, abertino, 19 novembre 2018

The University Press Redux II Conference 2018

« (…) ‘Feisty and febrile academic publishing’: The University Press Redux II Anthony Cond and Lara Speicher University presses have too … Continuer la lecture de « The University Press Redux II Conference 2018 »

Source > onlinelibrary.wiley.com, Learned Publishing, Editor-In-Chief Pippa Smart, Volume31, IssueS1, September 2018, (ISSN)1741-4857

Take part in AEUP (Association of European University Presses) Survey on use of standards

« Are you working at a University Press? The board of AEUP would like to invite you to do a survey … Continuer la lecture de « Take part in AEUP (Association of European University Presses) Survey on use of standards »

Source > aeup.eu, 26 mars 2018

UCL launches open access megajournal to help solve the world’s biggest challenges

« UCL Press is launching a new open access megajournal that will provide academics and students with ground-breaking research free of … Continuer la lecture de « UCL launches open access megajournal to help solve the world’s biggest challenges »

Source > ucl.ac.uk, 16 janvier 2018

Stockholm University Press – one of the first Open Access University Presses in Sweden

« (…) Stockholm University Press aims to make journals and books affordable, and to enable the widest possible global dissemination so … Continuer la lecture de « Stockholm University Press – one of the first Open Access University Presses in Sweden »

Source > aeup.eu, Christina Lenz, 28 novembre 2017

SPEC Kit 357: Libraries, Presses, and Publishing (November 2017)

« This SPEC Kit gathers information on the breadth of practice taking place at the intersection of research libraries, presses, and … Continuer la lecture de « SPEC Kit 357: Libraries, Presses, and Publishing (November 2017) »

Source > publications.arl.org, novembre 2017

The Rise of New University Presses and Academic-Led Presses in the UK

« Our new report: Changing publishing ecologies: A landscape study of new university presses and academic-led publishing maps the rise of new university … Continuer la lecture de « The Rise of New University Presses and Academic-Led Presses in the UK »

Source > scholarlyfutures.jiscinvolve.org, Verena Weigert, 6 juillet 2017

Édition universitaire : des presses qui écrivent un nouveau chapitre

« Longtemps cantonnées à un cercle d’initiés, les presses universitaires, structures d’édition portées par les universités et les organismes de recherche, … Continuer la lecture de « Édition universitaire : des presses qui écrivent un nouveau chapitre »

Source > letudiant.fr, Morgane Taquet, 20 juillet 2017

University Press and Library Summit Releases White Paper, Recommendations

« The P2L Summit brought together 23 teams of university library and press directors with an administrative relationship (typically the press … Continuer la lecture de « University Press and Library Summit Releases White Paper, Recommendations »

Source > arl.org, Kaylyn Groves et Elliott Shore, 6 décembre 2016

Book publishing: University presses adapt

« University presses, those venerated producers of books (and journals), face pressures as never before. Digital access and changing acquisition patterns … Continuer la lecture de « Book publishing: University presses adapt »

Source > nature.com, Roger Schonfeld, 30 novembre 2016

University Presses special issue – Learned Publishing

« Issue information The new era of the university press: The critical role of established presses (Mandy Hill) New university presses … Continuer la lecture de « University Presses special issue – Learned Publishing »

Source > Learned Publishing, Volume 29, Issue Supplement S1, Pages 313–371, 2016

Cambridge University Press Launches Cambridge Core

« Cambridge Core, the new academic platform from Cambridge University Press has now launched, bringing together all CUP academic content in … Continuer la lecture de « Cambridge University Press Launches Cambridge Core »

Source > www.cambridge.org, 8 septembre 2016

Éditer des revues savantes. Le point de vue des presses universitaires – Benoît Melançon

« Résumé Si la finalité d’une revue savante est de produire des objets selon des normes relativement stables, il est évident … Continuer la lecture de « Éditer des revues savantes. Le point de vue des presses universitaires – Benoît Melançon »

Source > erudit.org, 28 novembre 2014