Disruptive forces in academic publishing have turned traditional models on their heads. While some publishers are stuck in the more traditional print publishing lifecycle, others are innovating—welcoming new tools and organizational changes into their workflows and cutting their time-to-market in half. Print automation is the new frontier for publishers.
With digital content’s popularity on the rise and older, used editions of print texts still haunting college bookstores, innovative publishers are turning to a new model of content creation—digital first.
This new approach is fueled…
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