The following article appears in a new, special issue of Learned Publishing titled, “The University Press Redux.”
All articles published in the special issue are open access.
University of Michigan
Volume 29, Issue S1 (2016 )
- Around 30% of campus-based members of the Association of American University Presses now report to libraries, more than double the number 5 years ago.
- Beyond reporting relationships, physical collocation and joint strategic planning characterize the most integrated press/library partnerships.
- The main mutual advantages of deep press/library collaboration are economic efficiency, greater relevance to parent institutions, and an increased capacity to engage with the changing needs of authors in the digital age.
- There is emerging interest in collaboration at scale among libraries and presses that may extend the impact of press/library collaboration beyond single institutions.
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