New program from SUNY Press makes front-list, hardcover titles available simultaneously in electronic form at price it hopes students can afford.
Suit against Georgia State University may be start of tangling over how business models for textbook publishing online will evolve.
Following outrage over anti-Israel book it was distributing for British outfit, university press revises its rules and ends ties to leftist Pluto, which says free expression has been hurt.
Just months after Amazon launched its portable reader, academic publishing is starting to experiment with the model.
A scholarly paper finds that a significant proportion of academic citations are faulty, suggesting that many researchers don't read the articles they reference.
U. of Nebraska Press sold almost one million copies of Black Elk Speaks. The director moved to SUNY and now the book is moving too. Fair game or unfair edge?
Amid criticism, Penn Press says author of much-discussed work on terror networks will in the future formally acknowledge two sources absent in current edition.
Economist suggests a focus on the relative impact of articles adjacent to one another in journals.
Anthropology association -- criticized by scholars for use of subscription model -- says it has embraced idea of making digital material free. But you have to wait 35 years.
Google reaches a landmark settlement with publishers who sued over its massive book digitization project, but the central legal questions of the case remain unanswered.
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