University Press Week: The Future of Scholarly Publishing Roundup

The University Press Week blog tour continues today with ten Presses reflecting on the future of scholarly publishing.

Indiana University Press features a post by Director Gary Dunham.

Oxford University Press‘s Editorial Director Sophie Goldsworthy writes about the broad trends in scholarly publishing.

George Mason University Press shares thoughts on a global survey of digital tools used in scholarly communication and research workflows.

University Press of Colorado reflects on its 50th anniversary this year and what the future might hold for the Press and the University Press community in general.

University Press of Kansas‘s Director Chuck Myers shares thoughts.

University of North Carolina Press‘s Director John Sherer makes the case for financial support of University Presses.

West Virginia University Press ponders the value of acquisitions work and the meaning of curating/gatekeeping in the digital era.

Johns Hopkins University Press features commentary from Editorial Director Greg Britton.

University of Georgia Press discusses how University Presses are picking up the slack left by trade publishers in niches of nonfiction publishing. 

University Press of Kansas‘s Director Charles Myers weighs in.