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Glasstree: The Evolution of Academic Publishing

Everything evolves – even academic publishing. Glasstree is the next step in the evolution of publishing. Launched by Lulu in 2016, Glasstree boasts the industry’s lowest publishing and processing fees for academics, researchers and educators to publish and distribute print,... Continue Reading →

Glasstree Partners with TrendMD to Enhance Discoverability of Content

April 5, 2017—Today, Glasstree Academic Publishing announced a partnership with the TrendMD, the content recommendation engine for scholarly publishers. TrendMD generates personalised on-site content recommendations, based on the articles that users, and likeminded peers, are reading. “With a mountain of... Continue Reading →

Glasstree: Web of Science

Web of Science connects publications and researchers through citations and controlled indexing in curated databases spanning every discipline.

If it can’t be fixed, it might be time for something new

As a child, I would take things apart to see what made them work, only to be reprimanded for disassembling things that were working perfectly well. Later in life, while working for a learned society, my curiosity turned towards academic... Continue Reading →

GlassTree now publishes ebooks including Gold Open Access

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 →

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LIVE TWITTER DEBATE: Is there a place for independent publishing in the academic world?

Date: 26 Jan Time: 14:00 – 15:00 GMT Location: Twitter – use #indyacademics and #acbookweek to join the debate In the trade book publishing sector, the emergence of independent publishing is perhaps the single most disruptive trend of recent years. Technology has empowered... Continue Reading →

Let’s Talk About Academic Publishing!

We would love to hear your views about the current state of the industry

Academic Publishing – A Broken Pact Motivates A Shifting Locus Of Control

In decades past, there existed a tacit ‘pact’ between the academic community and academic publishers

EU Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation challenges Academic Publishers

The EU Commissioner for Research, Carlos Moedas emphasizes the importance of Open Access for the future of research dissemination.

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