University presses in libraries: potential for successful marriages

@article{ingham2014UniversityPI,
  title={University presses in libraries: potential for successful marriages},
  author={Roxanne ingham and Lorena Kanellopoulos},
  journal={OCLC Systems & Services},
  year={2014},
  volume={30},
  pages={158-166}
}
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to discuss the role of libraries and university presses and to present the Australian National University (ANU) Press and Library as a case study of successful structural integration. Design/methodology/approach – The paper analyses current debates about libraries as structural centres for running university presses. Taking into consideration the major areas of debate, the methodology used is to analyse the operation of the press; compare the financial… CONTINUE READING

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