Composition scholars consider whether their language and tone alienate the public -- or raise tough issues.
Increased scholarly output and student disengagement are linked, according to a new white paper that calls for relieving the "research mandate" in the humanities.
U. of Michigan Press plans dramatic move in scholarly publishing, shifting to a digital model -- with hopes of being able to increase production of important, non-commercial research.
As Amazon unveils new version of its Kindle reader and underscores implications for electronic textbooks, perceptions vary on whether step is transformative.
Middlebury wants to end financial support for New England Review. Supporters of literary magazines say college demands like that could doom vital publications.
Internal university communications continue migrating to all-online formats, driven, in part, by budget cuts.
New deal with U. of Michigan offers more details on how the company plans to market the millions of digital copies of books it is creating. Will the skeptics be won over?
10 university press directors back requirements for free online versions of federally sponsored research -- even as presses' association fights to end such a requirement.
At AAUP conference on academic freedom, speakers question why professors give their work to corporate publishers.
At meeting of scholarly presses, directors trade stories about layoffs, consider ways to better connect themselves to their universities and hear some dire warnings.
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