Recognizing the university press community’s essential contributions to humanities infrastructure will be crucial as institutions and funders plan for the future, write Charles Watkinson (@UofMPress) and Melissa Pitts (@UBCPress) in @insidehighered.
Did you know you could make your book #openaccess for all to read online, even while still selling in print? Read about how @DukeU @ProfLeelaPrasad worked with @DukeLibraries @CornellPress and the @openmonographs program to do this with her new book: https://t.co/H4ADW6ed5l
We're so pleased to open up these wonderful books through the TOME initiative, and grateful to @MellonFdn for the generous support! @openmonographs @JacobLWright @drkyliesmith @elizwilsonemory @deboleena_roy @laurenfklein @EmoryCDS @EmoryLibraries @cfdeemory https://t.co/YQiwXmeWMq
Big thanks to @openmonographs, @UMich, and @UChicagoPress for making my book #OpenAccess. Thanks to @m_kahn from @UMichLibrary for help navigating the OA process. I can't tell you how awesome it is to be able to drop this link to the free version!
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