Misconceptions and how to make invisible work visible – Part 2 take-aways from 2nd AEUP Conference #AEUP19

Blog post by Christina Lenz, Managing Editor at Stockholm University Press University Presses need to make their work visible and give each other feedback on what they do. We can all learn from each other and keep up the good work of publishing high-quality scholarly work. However, there are misconceptions about what we do and … More Misconceptions and how to make invisible work visible – Part 2 take-aways from 2nd AEUP Conference #AEUP19

Together we can make a difference glocally – Part 1 take-aways from the 2nd AEUP Conference #AEUP19

Blog post by Christina Lenz, Managing Editor at Stockholm University Press How do university presses adapt to changes and what does it take to be seen as a professional university press? That was on the agenda when 53 conference participants from university presses and other stakeholders met in the beautiful city of Brno to discuss … More Together we can make a difference glocally – Part 1 take-aways from the 2nd AEUP Conference #AEUP19

Publishing as a package deal – How a small press can address the digital challenge

Collaboration is the key to success for smaller publishers. This time of year calls for a look in the rearview mirror to see what the result of all our collaboration is. What did it mean for us to participate, network and share knowledge with our colleagues in organisations such as OASPA, AEUP, ALPSP, OPERAS, and … More Publishing as a package deal – How a small press can address the digital challenge

European University Presses discussions on “Keeping up with the standards” #AEUP18 #oabooks #universitypresses #peerreview #publishingstandards

By Christina Lenz, Managing Editor of Books at Stockholm University Press and Secretary in the AEUP board The workshop “Keeping up with the standards” was held in Riga 5-6 June 2018, by the Association of European University Presses (AEUP). The host was RTU Press (Riga Technical University Press). Participants, a total of 28, came from many … More European University Presses discussions on “Keeping up with the standards” #AEUP18 #oabooks #universitypresses #peerreview #publishingstandards

OASPA Membership Criteria, New Developments in Open Access Monographs, News from Creative Commons and much more

These articles caught our attention. Have we missed anything? Please share your comments below. OASPA – Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association New Year, New Form: Steering applicants through OASPA’s criteria Panelists Discuss New Developments in Open Access Monographs for OASPA and Knowledge Exchange Webinar CC – Creative Commons Kicking off the CC Certificates Beta Propose a … More OASPA Membership Criteria, New Developments in Open Access Monographs, News from Creative Commons and much more

One of the first OA University Presses in Sweden, LIBER 2018 Call for Papers, COPE Introduces Less Specific Member Rules, Brexit effects Researchers, and much more

These articles caught our attention this week. Have we missed anything? Please share your comments below. AEUP – Association of European University Presses Stockholm University Press – one of the first Open Access University Presses in Sweden CC – Creative Commons How can we make the world a better place? LIBER – Association of European … More One of the first OA University Presses in Sweden, LIBER 2018 Call for Papers, COPE Introduces Less Specific Member Rules, Brexit effects Researchers, and much more

Stockholm University Press/Library hosts first conference workshop of the Association of European University Presses #AEUP17

This first AEUP conference workshop topic is Going digital in Europe – joining forces in scholarly publishing. It will be held at Stockholm University Library May 16-17. The workshop offer European publishers linked to a university the opportunity to meet, to get to know each other, to network, and to discuss important topics of high … More Stockholm University Press/Library hosts first conference workshop of the Association of European University Presses #AEUP17