2012 Global Accessibility: Distributing Content to Developing Countries

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Widespread dissemination of knowledge is a goal of many university presses, and many presses have robust international sales divisions. But several programs that operate outside of the traditional sales rep and warehouse model can provide new audiences in developing countries. This panel will explore three programs that are set up to facilitate the creation and dissemination of published materials while protecting the rights of authors and publishers.



Chair: Ann Snoeyenbos, International Sales Manager, Project MUSE

Panelists: Bernard Appiah, Doctoral Student at Texas A&M University



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