FutureBook 2015: Our recent posts on the academic book of the future

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At yesterday’s FutureBook Conference 2015, Sam Rayner chaired the discussion: ‘The new publishing: the academic book of the future’. The panel was comprised of Richard Fisher (Formerly of CUP), Suzanne Kavanagh (ALPSP),  Lara Speicher (UCL Press) and Anthony Cond (Liverpool University Press).

To join in on the action, we’ve collected together some of our best posts on the future of academic publishing:


14 things we learnt about the future of academic book discovery

by BookMachine


Open access matters to more than academics, and here’s why

by Alison JonesAlison Jones Business Services


6 changes affecting academic publishing

by Sam Perkins – SAGE Publications


On outsourcing and adapting to changes in Academic publishing

by Zeba Talkhani – Out of House Publishing


Book publicity: trade vs. academic publishing

by Mollie Broad – SAGE Publications


Swotting up on Academic Book Week

by Alastair Horne – Cambridge University Press


Marketing academic research: Kat Palmer interview

by Kat Palmer – Emerald Group Publishing


Photo Credit: CCAC North Library, CC License


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