GLASSTREE ACADEMIC PUBLISHING PUTS ACADEMICS IN CONTROL WITH LAUNCH OF NEW EBOOK SERVICE GOLD OPEN ACCESS AVAILABLE TO ACADEMICS PUBLISHING RESEARCH ONLINE Newly-launched Glasstree Academic Publishing announced today the launch of its new ebook service, allowing academics to independently publish... Continue Reading →
As Glasstree grows, we've begun to engage with a wider array of academics, researchers, students, faculty, and publishers. We've reached out to a few of these users to learn more about them, and how they use publishing to compliment their academic endeavors.
Academics are motivated by one absolute imperative – to discover the truth. This motivation is undercut by exploitative publishers.
Glasstree's presence at the annual ALA Conference brought more awareness about self-publishing, academic inequality, and the ways authors can retain control over their work.
Glasstree Academic Publishing are pleased to participate in the Universities UK: The Policy Challenges for UK Research event on July 11.
The Innovation Training Network strives to help professions old and new excel in their field through training, information, and knowledge sharing. Part of this effort includes providing a forum for academics and professionals to share what they know, driving growth... Continue Reading →
Daniel, along with a variety of academic publishing experts and scholars will consider the current state of academic publishing
What many academic authors fail to register is that upon transferring their content to a traditional publisher, they are also transferring the entire ownership and control of their work to a third party with very different motivations and a very different agenda to their own. There are serious implications in doing so, as many authors have discovered to their peril.
Glasstree Academic Publishing is happy to announce our most recent performance and maintenance release. This update brings with it a few important changes to the Glasstree platform.
Glasstree Academic Publishing is proud to announce its expansion into two important new regions—Australia/New Zealand and the Middle East/North Africa—through partnerships with local companies Mercedes Waratah (Australia) and Jamalon (Middle East) for printing and distribution.