The Impact of Print On Demand on Academic Books

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  • Author : Suzanne Wilson-Higgins
  • Publisher : Chandos Publishing
  • Pages : 216 pages
  • ISBN : 0081020198
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Download or Read online The Impact of Print On Demand on Academic Books full in PDF, ePub and kindle. this book written by Suzanne Wilson-Higgins and published by Chandos Publishing which was released on 21 November 2017 with total page 216 pages. We cannot guarantee that The Impact of Print On Demand on Academic Books book is available in the library, click Get Book button and read full online book in your kindle, tablet, IPAD, PC or mobile whenever and wherever You Like. The convergence of online book selling, digital printing, digital document workflow management and the computerization of small parcel logistics created a unique opportunity to create a viable commercial model for printing and supplying books on demand. This innovation was swiftly embraced by the academic publishing community heralding the rescue of the languishing academic monograph. The possibilities captured the imagination of creative academic and niche publishers enabling custom publishing, student editions of monographs, self-compiled wiki books and even the establishment of new university presses and open access publishers. The Impact of Print on-Demand on Academic Books takes an in-depth look at this phenomenon by looking back on two decades of innovation, reviewing the present state of academic publishing with respect to works being printed on demand and compiling the current forecasts and speculation about the future of academic and niche publishing given the impact of print on-demand. Presents knowledge on the print-on-demand industry and chronicles developments and their impact on publishing Provides a useful guide for practitioners and students of publishing, and is ideal for academic publishing historians and business academics interested in innovation and digital developments Includes an international perspective, with information from Europe, North America, Australia, and Singapore/China Chronicles business case studies collected from interviews with key individuals from companies who have shaped, or are shaping, the academic POD landscape

The Impact of Print On Demand on Academic Books

The Impact of Print On Demand on Academic Books
  • Author : Suzanne Wilson-Higgins
  • Publisher : Chandos Publishing
  • Release : 21 November 2017
GET THIS BOOK The Impact of Print On Demand on Academic Books

The convergence of online book selling, digital printing, digital document workflow management and the computerization of small parcel logistics created a unique opportunity to create a viable commercial model for printing and supplying books on demand. This innovation was swiftly embraced by the academic publishing community heralding the rescue of the languishing academic monograph. The possibilities captured the imagination of creative academic and niche publishers enabling custom publishing, student editions of monographs, self-compiled wiki books and even the establishment of

Form and Meaning in the History of the Book

Form and Meaning in the History of the Book
  • Author : Nicolas Barker,British Library Staff
  • Publisher : London : British Library
  • Release : 24 June 2021
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Nicolas Barker, OBE, FBA has made many distinguished contributions to the study of the book over the past forty years. In celebration of his seventieth birthday the British Library is publishing a selection of his occasional essays that show the range of his interests in a number of related fields: books and texts, books and people, typography and early printing, the history of the book, bookselling, and forgery. None of these essays has previously been reprinted and collectively they offer

The Coming of the Book

The Coming of the Book
  • Author : Lucien Febvre,Henri-Jean Martin
  • Publisher : Verso
  • Release : 24 June 1997
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Books, and the printed word more generally, are aspects of modern life that are all too often taken for granted. Yet the emergence of the book was a process of immense historical importance and heralded the dawning of the epoch of modernity. In this much praised history of that process, Lucien Febvre and Henri-Jean Martin mesh together economic and technological history, sociology and anthropology, as well as the study of modes of consciousness, to root the development of the printed