At mega-event of publishing world, university presses try to get general readers with books on food, gardening, pets and Hillary Clinton.
Wireless technology and search engines are just two technologies that might be meteors from which the standard science textbook never recovers.
Rice killed its press a decade ago. Now it will return -- with all materials online, but with peer review system akin to print operations.
To the dismay of many academics, Library of Congress makes catalog changes that will affect research libraries nationwide.
Despite opposition from scholarly groups and publishers, provosts of 25 top universities back plan for public databases of research findings.
New analysis finds that low-cost book options are few and far between, and barriers often exist when they are available.
Publishers' group catches a key mistake by group that says textbook prices are too high.
Dozens of liberal arts presidents issue statement backing legislation to put federally sponsored research online, free.
Scholars who run archival projects and university presses question shifts at NEH and apparent move away from peer review.
Endowment accuses scholarly group of "inaccuracies and distortions" -- while admitting that it changed peer review system.
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