Editor’s Note: Adam Hodgkin first learned about publishing as a philosophy editor at Oxford University Press. He has since founded or co-founded three startups on the boundary between publishing and software. 1,649 more words
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It’s a product called UnivGURU, an android app that works well with a 10 inch Android Tablet (10 Inch preferred for better rendering). The app contains the academic syllabus, academic & reference materials as eBooks & eLearning videos that could be accessed online.
This guest post was written by Richard Lewis (Goldsmiths) of the AHRC Transforming Musicology project. It outlines a workshop on ‘Musical Scholarship and the Future of Academic Publishing… 2,414 more words
Today’s guest blog post considers the academic book from a Chilean perspective. The author Manuel Loyola is academic and scientific editor at the Universidad de Santiago de Chile and director of Ariadna Editions (open access) … 495 more words
A frank, insightful and accessible in-depth investigation into the realities of how publishers work and why the industry is as it is.
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“The staff of every publishing house are constantly looking over their shoulders to see what their competitors are doing.