On Wednesday, April 30, AAUP will host a webinar on "Social Media and the Modern Marketing Campaign," with hosts Ivan Lett (Yale), Cameron Ludwick (Kentucky), and Amanda Sharp (Georgia) discussing how presses use today's tools to their best advantage.
Registration is now open for the 2014 Annual Meeting in New Orleans, June 22-24. A preliminary program, workshop agendas, exhibitor and sponsor information, and more are available on the meeting pages.
The report of a survey of AAUP and ARL members, expanded through interviews and analysis, is now published. The AAUP Library Relations Committee issued five broad conclusions about press-library collaborations, and increasingly productive relationships between these two arms of the university.
Formally established in 1937, AAUP promotes the work and influence of university presses, provides cooperative marketing opportunities, and helps its 130+ member presses fulfill their common commitments to scholarship, the academy, and society. AAUP members are active across many scholarly disciplines, including the humanities, the arts, and sciences, and are innovators in the world of electronic publishing.
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Recommended Reading: "Pixel Dust: Illusions of Innovation in Scholarly Publishing" by Johanna Drucker (LA Review of Books)
Recommended Reading: Copyright Register Maria Pallante's "The Next Great Copyright Act," March 2013
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