Open access is much more than just a publishing business model. When a work of scholarly research is made freely available to readers across the globe, the impact is dramatic.
PublisHer is a call to action led by female publishing leaders to address their industry’s entrenched gender imbalances and drive an international agenda for change. Read their Q&A session with CCC CEO Tracey Armstrong here.
In the world of the Violet Thorne, alliances are made and broken, and the imaginary becomes real. And just like the game, indie publishing turns out to require creativity, collaboration, and commitment to a shared world.
Copyright Protection Goes Beyond Books – Think Software, Choreography, Typefaces and even Boat Hulls.
On February 23, The National Information Standards Organization welcomes close to 250 attendees to a sold-out inaugural NISO Plus conference in Baltimore, MD.
Part two of a three-part series highlighting the differences between two forms of Intellectual Property, patents and copyrights
Aside from compiling and publishing his eponymous Dictionary, Noah Webster was also involved in many literary and publishing projects during the days of the Revolutionary period and the early Republic.