The Impact of Print On Demand on Academic Books

Downloadable e-books and print books require different digital files and simply managing those files on Digital Asset Management (DAM) platforms poses a challenge and expense for publishers. Several publishers and publishing system ...

The Impact of Print On Demand on Academic Books

The convergence of online book selling, digital printing, digital document workflow management and the computerization of small parcel logistics created a unique opportunity to create a viable commercial model for printing and supplying books on demand. This innovation was swiftly embraced by the academic publishing community heralding the rescue of the languishing academic monograph. The possibilities captured the imagination of creative academic and niche publishers enabling custom publishing, student editions of monographs, self-compiled wiki books and even the establishment of new university presses and open access publishers. The Impact of Print on-Demand on Academic Books takes an in-depth look at this phenomenon by looking back on two decades of innovation, reviewing the present state of academic publishing with respect to works being printed on demand and compiling the current forecasts and speculation about the future of academic and niche publishing given the impact of print on-demand. Presents knowledge on the print-on-demand industry and chronicles developments and their impact on publishing Provides a useful guide for practitioners and students of publishing, and is ideal for academic publishing historians and business academics interested in innovation and digital developments Includes an international perspective, with information from Europe, North America, Australia, and Singapore/China Chronicles business case studies collected from interviews with key individuals from companies who have shaped, or are shaping, the academic POD landscape

Scientific and Technical Books in Print

Chemical, Medical, & Pharmaceutical Books Printed Before 1800. In the Collections of the University of Wisconsin Libraries. 1965. 12.00 (ISBN 0-299-03680-4). U of Wis Pr. Societe Suisse De Chimie - Basle. Index to Helvetica Chimica Acta ...

Scientific and Technical Books in Print


Index of NLM Serial Titles

PART C , AMERICAN HISTORY BIBLIOGRAPHY , BOOKS , ARTICLES AND DISSERTATIONS ( 0363–1249 ) Z 1236 A512 A22999000 AMERICAN REFERENCE BOOKS ANNUAL ( 0065-9959 ) Z 1035 A522 A25725000 AUSTRALIAN BOOKS IN PRINT ( 0067–172X ) Z 4011 A935 ...

Index of NLM Serial Titles

A keyword listing of serial titles currently received by the National Library of Medicine.

Forthcoming Books

The Books in Print announcement ad. Sure, it's a great product, every library and bookstore needs it, and it does have accurate information on almost a million current books. But, what is there new to say about a product that everybody ...

Forthcoming Books


British Books in Print

3.95 New Horizon ( 10.83 ) O 86 116 888 7 Short Stories , Longer , Bodley Head Book of ( Ed . Michie ) C8.464 . ... 0 7131 1406 1 0 7141 0268 7 000 3 17620 7 0 273 42926 4 0 85936 5508 SHORT BRITISH BOOKS IN PRINT , 1984.

British Books in Print


Foxe s Book of Martyrs and Early Modern Print Culture

a master printer to allow specific printing jobs to monopolize presses. Concurrent production of different books was a standard practice during the early modern era because it enabled printers to operate presses at full capacity and ...

Foxe s  Book of Martyrs  and Early Modern Print Culture

This book was first published in 2006. Second only to the Bible and Book of Common Prayer, John Foxe's Acts and Monuments, known as the Book of Martyrs, was the most influential book published in England during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The most complex and best-illustrated English book of its time, it recounted in detail the experiences of hundreds of people who were burned alive for their religious beliefs. John N. King offers the most comprehensive investigation yet of the compilation, printing, publication, illustration, and reception of the Book of Martyrs. He charts its reception across different editions by learned and unlearned, sympathetic and antagonistic readers. The many illustrations included here introduce readers to the visual features of early printed books and general printing practices both in England and continental Europe, and enhance this important contribution to early modern literary studies, cultural and religious history, and the history of the Book.

The Perils of Print Culture Book Print and Publishing History in Theory and Practice

Leslie Howsam, Old Books & New Histories: An Orientation to Studies in Book & Print Culture (Toronto, 2006); 'Book History Unbound: Transactions of the Written Word Made Public', Canadian Journal of History 38 (April 2003): 69–81. 5.

The Perils of Print Culture  Book  Print and Publishing History in Theory and Practice

This collection of essays illustrates various pressures and concerns—both practical and theoretical—related to the study of print culture. Procedural difficulties range from doubts about the reliability of digitized resources to concerns with the limiting parameters of 'national' book history.

Serials Currently Received by the National Agricultural Library a Keyword Index

BOOK ( Cont . ) Year - book of the Institute of Nutrition ( 241.64 B852 AE ) BOOKLET Booklet . Gt . Brit . Forestry Commission ( 99.9 G795B ) ... National Library of Australia ( 242.91 AU7S ) Books in print ( 242 B64 ) Books in print .

Serials Currently Received by the National Agricultural Library  a Keyword Index


Catalogue of Books Printed in the Bombay Presidency

Number Price at which the of Copies Whether the of which Book is print- Book is sold ed or lithographed . the Edition consists . to the Public . .. 12 .... 13 .... 500 Do. .. 4,000 Do. 2,500 Printed 1,000 Do. Rs . a .

Catalogue of Books Printed in the Bombay Presidency


Managing the Mystery Collection

BOOKS. IN. PRINT. AND. LIBRARIES. One of the benefits and main ways that Sisters in Crime promotes women's mystery ... Originally published twice a year, but now published annually, SinC Books in Print is compiled from submissions by ...

Managing the Mystery Collection

Unravel the mystery of fostering a vibrant mystery collection for your library patrons! Whodunnit? Managing the Mystery Collection: From Creation to Consumption reveals just who is responsible—for providing high-quality library mystery collections to fans. This resource takes you through the complicated process, from creating a mystery story to getting it to the library bookshelf and your patrons—all with clear explanations and no plot twists. Authors, readers, critics, scholars, and librarians give you an interdisciplinary inside look at the production and collection of one of the most popular genres in literature, the mystery. This unique book comprehensively explains how a mystery story journeys a surprisingly winding way to reach an avid reading public. No red herrings here though. Acquisitions and collection development resources are provided along with effective strategies that will help librarians to sift through the clues on how to bring life to their mystery collections. Examinations of various subgenres of the mystery are provided, such as romance and Native American mysteries, as well as an enlightening discussion of the links between mysteries, libraries, and interest groups. Managing the Mystery Collection brings you: mystery writer Barbara Fister describing the creative process insights about Sisters in Crime—an organization that promotes mysteries authored by women—and its special relationship with libraries and librarians a detailed introduction to buying and selling books online Web and print resources guidance for the acquisition of mysteries for the younger mystery reader development of a collection of ethnic mysteries the creation of special collections of Sherlock Holmes and author Conan Doyle extensive listings of subgenre titles and details of popular series an organization that networks creators, fans, and scholars of detective and mystery fiction and more! Managing the Mystery Collection: From Creation to Consumption solves the mystery behind the step-by-step process it takes to provide readers with what they want—access to a collection of perplexing, well-written mysteries. This is perfect for public and academic librarians with an interest in building quality collections of mysteries; library school faculty teaching courses in collection building, popular culture and libraries, genre literature, and special collections; and students of those fields.

Environmental Print Fluency Comprehension Writing a My Letter Book

Students will create books using environmental print that begins with the first letters of their names. create six width-wise pages. For more pages, staple a spine on the left side of the accordion book, and then cleanly trim top, ...

Environmental Print   Fluency Comprehension  Writing a  My Letter Book

Use environmental print to boost early readers' focus on fluency and comprehension skills. Environmental-print activities involving reading and rereading, meaning making, and writing are included.

Music Authorship and the Book in the First Century of Print

... these books were fashionable enough for composers and their backers to initiate printing projects and take the significant financial risks to bring them out, which in the case of Palestrina's first book would have cost a year's ...

Music  Authorship  and the Book in the First Century of Print

What does it mean to author a piece of music? What transforms the performance scripts written down by musicians into authored books? In this fascinating cultural history of Western music’s adaptation to print, Kate van Orden looks at how musical authorship first developed through the medium of printing. When music printing began in the sixteenth century, publication did not always involve the composer: printers used the names of famous composers to market books that might include little or none of their music. Publishing sacred music could be career-building for a composer, while some types of popular song proved too light to support a reputation in print, no matter how quickly they sold. Van Orden addresses the complexities that arose for music and musicians in the burgeoning cultures of print, concluding that authoring books of polyphony gained only uneven cultural traction across a century in which composers were still first and foremost performers.

Encyclopedia of Social Networks

the idea of sharing and trading print copies of books. In the case of Bookmooch, users list books they are willing to give away on the site. When a different community member requests the book, the first user mails it to them.

Encyclopedia of Social Networks

Request a FREE 30-day online trial to this title at www.sagepub.com/freetrial This two-volume encyclopedia provides a thorough introduction to the wide-ranging, fast-developing field of social networking, a much-needed resource at a time when new social networks or "communities" seem to spring up on the internet every day. Social networks, or groupings of individuals tied by one or more specific types of interests or interdependencies ranging from likes and dislikes, or disease transmission to the "old boy" network or overlapping circles of friends, have been in existence for longer than services such as Facebook or YouTube; analysis of these networks emphasizes the relationships within the network . This reference resource offers comprehensive coverage of the theory and research within the social sciences that has sprung from the analysis of such groupings, with accompanying definitions, measures, and research. Featuring approximately 350 signed entries, along with approximately 40 media clips, organized alphabetically and offering cross-references and suggestions for further readings, this encyclopedia opens with a thematic Reader's Guide in the front that groups related entries by topics. A Chronology offers the reader historical perspective on the study of social networks. This two-volume reference work is a must-have resource for libraries serving researchers interested in the various fields related to social networks.

Environmental Print Fluency Comprehension Pattern Book

Have the students read environmental-print words aloud and decide what words would be best for their own books. Give each student his or her own pattern book. 4. After the students have selected and glued their words into their book ...

Environmental Print   Fluency Comprehension  Pattern Book

Use environmental print to boost early readers' focus on fluency and comprehension skills. Environmental-print activities involving reading and rereading, meaning making, and writing are included.

General Catalogue of Printed Books

Dept. of Printed Books. WHITAKER ( ANTHUR PRESTON ) - Latin Amenca and the Enlightenment . Second editie . Ency by ALWhitaker and others ... Elite by P. Whitaker Ppxv . 156 Cornell Unirody Press lihaca , NY , 191 010216 as 55 .

General Catalogue of Printed Books


Dictionary of Occupational Titles

Presses case down on book body , centering book in PRINT INSPECTOR ( photofinish . ) ; May inspect prints for tears , dirt , case with fingers . Stacks enfolded books in press and places pressboards scum , or other surface defects ...

Dictionary of Occupational Titles


Academic E Books

of the same title in print (p. 22). The Littman and Connaway (2004) study also confirmed heavier use of the e-book compared to its print equivalent; this study compared nearly 8,000 titles available in print and electronic format at ...

Academic E Books

E-Books in Academic Libraries: Stepping Up to the Challenge provides readers with a view of the changing and emerging roles of electronic books in higher education. The three main sections contain contributions by experts in the publisher/vendor arena, as well as by librarians who report on both the challenges of offering and managing e-books and on the issues surrounding patron use of e-books. The case study section offers perspectives from seven different sizes and types of libraries whose librarians describe innovative and thought-provoking projects involving e-books.Read about perspectives on e-books from organizations as diverse as a commercial publisher and an association press. Learn about the viewpoint of a jobber. Find out about the e-book challenges facing librarians, such as the quest to control costs in the patron-driven acquisitions (PDA) model, how to solve the dilemma of resource sharing with e-books, and how to manage PDA in the consortial environment. See what patron use of e-books reveals about reading habits and disciplinary differences.Finally, in the case study section, discover how to promote scholarly e-books, how to manage an e-reader checkout program, and how one library replaced most of its print collection with e-books. These and other examples illustrate how innovative librarians use e-books to enhance users' experiences with scholarly works.

Print Culture and the Medieval Author

In several books printed in 1509, De Worde similarly names himself as printer to Lady Margaret Beaufort. He, like Caxton before him, had printed several books for the queen mother. It is unlikely that the new title ...

Print Culture and the Medieval Author

Print Culture and the Medieval Author is a book about books. Examining hundreds of early printed books and their late medieval analogues, Alexandra Gillespie writes a bibliographical history of the poet Geoffrey Chaucer and his follower John Lydgate in the century after the arrival of printing in England. Her study is an important new contribution to the emerging 'sociology of the text' in English literary and historical studies. At the centre of this study is a familiar question: what is an author? The idea of the vernacular writer was already contested and unstable in medieval England; Gillespie demonstrates that in the late Middle Ages it was also a way for book producers and readers to mediate the risks - commercial, political, religious, and imaginative - involved in the publication of literary texts. Gillespie's discussion focuses on the changes associated with the shift to print, scribal precedents for these changes, and contemporary understanding of them. The treatment of texts associated with Chaucer and Lydgate is an index to the sometimes flexible, sometimes resistant responses of book printers, copyists, decorators, distributors, patrons, censors, owners, and readers to a gradual but profoundly influential bibliographical transition. The research is conducted across somewhat intractable boundaries. Gillespie writes about medieval and modern history; about manuscript and print; about canonical and marginal authors; about literary works and books as objects. In the process, she finds new meanings for some medieval vernacular texts and a new place for some old books in a history of English culture.

A Description of the Early Printed Books Owned by the Grolier Club

35 Anthony Koberger Koberger , who began printing in Nuremberg about 1472 , was one of the most important ... He is said to have employed twenty - four presses at Nuremberg , besides having books printed for him in other cities .

A Description of the Early Printed Books Owned by the Grolier Club

"The books described in the following catalogue are not merely examples of early bookmaking: many of them have an historic value, for they contain the first notices in print of the invention of typography. It was with this end in view that Mr. David Wolfe Bruce and his father, the late George Bruce, were collecting for more than fifty years ... The Bruce library contained not only the incunabula here catalogued, but a great number of books on the literary history of typography. Its collection of specimen-books of types and of manuals of mechanical printing was certainly the largest ever gathered on this side of the Atlantic. This library, which Mr. Bruce frequently put at the service of his studious friends, has been lately divided, and generously presented to the book-makers as well as the book-lovers of New York. The specimen-books, grammars of printing, and all books treating of the mechanics of the art, were given to the Typothetæ of this city; the incunabula, and all the valuable books on bibliography and literary history, were given to the Grolier Club. In recognition of the great value of the gift, the Committee on Publications decided to publish a catalogue of the books, illustrated with facsimiles of the more important passages that contain references to the invention and art of printing"--Pages 7-8.