The following article was recently published by Learned Publishing.
Independent Consultant, Scholarly Communications
- There is no such thing as a ‘standard’ university press except to say that they all support their institutional missions to some extent.
- The mission of an academic institution is not always aligned with that of their press and adaptation is often required – from discipline to organization to outreach.
- There appears to be increasing alignment between the university library and the press with collaboration and sharing of resources and reporting.
- University presses spend a great deal of time engaging with their institution and balancing this with wider outreach.
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7 pages; PDF.