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Latest revision as of 14:47, 27 June 2013

If we aren't using our websites as a true "sales" arm (since most people buy via Amazon or another vendor), what are their roles? If we shift away from "we're selling books here," what's left? If the website is a branding opportunity, how does a site present its press and what is its role in various processes—publishing, scholarly communication generally, campus unit, etc.? This panel will consider the website reboot from multiple perspectives, and examine several forward-thinking concepts already in place on university press websites.


Chair: Kathleen O'Brien-Nicholson, Marketing Director, Fordham University Press

Panelists: Jason Coleman, Marketing and Promotions Manager, University of Virginia Press

Katie Hope, Marketing Director, MIT Press

Bonnie Russell, Technical Project Manager, Wayne State University Press


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


"Achieving Goals in Website Development", Bonnie Russell




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