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Inspirational [http://www.nap.edu/obama/ speeches at the institution.] The better the speaker, of course, the better the video.
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Inspirational [http://www.nap.edu/obama/ Speeches at the institution.] The better the speaker, of course, the better the video.
  
Ten-minute [http://media.nap.edu/podcasts/ scholarly audio podcasts,] focusing on interesting material from current books.
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Ten-minute [http://media.nap.edu/podcasts/ Scholarly Audio Podcasts,] focusing on interesting material from current books.
  
  

Revision as of 16:49, 12 June 2009

Who's Doing What - Examples of Rich Media at Scholarly Presses

Princeton University Press

Promotional Author Interviews, which connect audiences with the experts.


University of California Press

Promotional video book trailers. Not too difficult—tasteful fade-in images with music and voice-over.


The National Academies Press

Inspirational Speeches at the institution. The better the speaker, of course, the better the video.

Ten-minute Scholarly Audio Podcasts, focusing on interesting material from current books.


The RAND Corporation

Full-length Author Panel Discussions. Bring author-scholars together for discourse on a topic they have various expertise on.

Comprehensive Flash Slide Show With Voice Over, illustrating the main themes and ideas in the monograph.

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