University Press Week 2014

In early November, the third annual University Press Week continued to break new ground for the recognition and appreciation of scholarly publishing. Full article >


Marketing, Apps, and Everything Digital: AAUP Residency Reports

This summer and fall saw another successful round of AAUP member residencies. For the 2014 cycle of residencies, eight member staff were awarded grants to travel to another press and develop skills and knowledge for up to a week. The first half of the grantees have completed their trips and reported back to the AAUP central office. Full article >


Library-Press Connections at the Charleston Conference

By all accounts, the annual Charleston Library Conference continues to show significant growth every year, also attracting—in accord with the theme of collaboration—a significant number of AAUP members. Full article >


Reversal in GSU Fair Use Proceedings

The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals handed down a decision in the Georgia State University e-reserves lawsuit (Cambridge UP v Patton) on October 17, 2014. The circuit court reversed the opinion of a lower court based on the latter's faulty application of fair use analysis, and remanded the case back to the district court for a revised analysis. Full article >


Digital Book World 2015

Results of the Spring 2014 Digital Book Publishing Survey show members are thinking seriously and strategically about new publishing models. There are no easy answers, but there is one place to find a lot of timely information. Full article >



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