Difference between revisions of "2012 E-Book Nuts and Bolts"

From AAUPwiki
Jump to: navigation, search
 
Line 1: Line 1:
This panel will be an ebook basics panel for presses to have quick information that will help them launch and refine their ebook practices. Containing viewpoints from across the publishing workflow, this session should provide the necessary information to help take a press without a digital program to make the quick decisions to help maximize this emerging market.
+
Congratulations, you’ve got e-books! Now what?Wondering how to get traction in the e-book market as a small press?  Triaging e-book workflow amidst staff changes? Grappling with the time e-books require when you’ve got other work, too?  These are a few of the challenges e-books bring as we begin to refine our workflows. Panelists from Rights, Marketing, and the Director’s office at three small presses will talk frankly about the e-book issues they have been grappling with and what has and has not worked for them. We are setting aside time for Q&A, so bring e-book questions you’ve been wanting to ask!
  
  
Line 5: Line 5:
  
 
'''Chair:''' Krista Coulson, Digital Publishing Manager, The University of Chicago Press
 
'''Chair:''' Krista Coulson, Digital Publishing Manager, The University of Chicago Press
 +
 +
'''Panelists:''' Laura Leichum, Intellectual Property Manager, Georgetown University Press
 +
 +
Alex Holzman, Director, Temple University Press
 +
 +
John P. Hussey, Director of Marketing and Sales, The University Press of Kentucky
  
  

Revision as of 20:34, 11 May 2012

Congratulations, you’ve got e-books! Now what?Wondering how to get traction in the e-book market as a small press? Triaging e-book workflow amidst staff changes? Grappling with the time e-books require when you’ve got other work, too? These are a few of the challenges e-books bring as we begin to refine our workflows. Panelists from Rights, Marketing, and the Director’s office at three small presses will talk frankly about the e-book issues they have been grappling with and what has and has not worked for them. We are setting aside time for Q&A, so bring e-book questions you’ve been wanting to ask!



Chair: Krista Coulson, Digital Publishing Manager, The University of Chicago Press

Panelists: Laura Leichum, Intellectual Property Manager, Georgetown University Press

Alex Holzman, Director, Temple University Press

John P. Hussey, Director of Marketing and Sales, The University Press of Kentucky



Please feel free to add notes or responses to the session in this section. You can also post presentation files--find out how.





BACK TO AAUP 2012

Personal tools
Namespaces

Variants
Actions
Navigation
Toolbox