Rice killed its press a decade ago. Now it will return -- with all materials online, but with peer review system akin to print operations.
Despite opposition from scholarly groups and publishers, provosts of 25 top universities back plan for public databases of research findings.
Endowment accuses scholarly group of "inaccuracies and distortions" -- while admitting that it changed peer review system.
Tennessee Press suspends sale of new book on Andersonville Prison as author admits inappropriate and uncredited similarities to another work.
Blackwell, publisher of hundreds of journals, issues guide for editors in hope of preventing misconduct and informing readers.
MLA proposal to change how professors are hired and promoted draws generally strong support -- and some objections on details.
Cases at Miami Dade and UC Davis call into question professors' motivations.
Group tries to outline how open access would affect scholarly publishing -- and pushes to include monographs in the discussion.
Brigham Young's Idaho campus plans to use Harvard Business School's famous curricular method to reform its own curriculum.
As publishers gather, university presses consider which books can attract non-academic audiences.
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