That old proverb about a book and its cover – well, yes, it’s still true. But in the era of Zoom conference calls, we may be forgiven for judging people by their bookshelves.
Tools available in the ACS Open Science Resource Center aim to speed the transition to an open science future by effectively communicating how open access publishing works.
“Apparently, the industry’s anti-gravity boots are still working compared to 2019, which admittedly was a pretty lackluster year,” notes Andrew Albanese with Publishers Weekly.
Publishers may have put a thumb on the scale to boost print over digital sales – and of course, to preserve jobs and bookstores and a longstanding book culture – yet the efficiency and the profit margins for digital products [often turn out to be] much…
As print textbooks eventually do give way to courseware, industry analyst Michael Cairns says, college professors, administrators and students will appreciate an education delivered in 21st century models.
While many in publishing successfully work from home, someone has to get the books out the door, so warehouse workers don’t really get that option. Yet because so many workers can work from home, this does allow publishers to focus on safety efforts fo…