2009 Plenary 2
Plenary 2: Interpress Collaborations and Cross-Marketing Partnerships: Future Visions of Scholarly Communication
Library-press collaborations may be the wave of the future, and if the past is prologue, then it’s important to know what we can learn from ongoing collaborations and to understand the growing infrastructure that can support them. The Global, Area, and International Archive is one of the longest-running collaborations; panelists will discuss what they have learned from it and what the future may look like.
Moderator: Peter J. Givler, Executive Director, Association of American University Presses Panelists: Laura Cerruti, Director of Digital Content Development, University of California Press; Raym Crow, Senior Consultant, Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition; Charles B. Lowry, Executive Director, Association of Research Libraries; Nathan MacBrien, Publications Director for International & Area Studies, University of California
View Laura Cerruti's presentation, Library-Press Collaboration: Sounds Great... But HOW (and why)?
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