LOS ANGELES and LONDON — February 16, 2016 — SAGE Publishing, one of the world’s leading independent and academic publishers, announces the selection of Atypon, the Silicon Valley-based publishing technology firm, to host all SAGE Journals content on Literatum, Atypon’s pioneering online publishing platform. Welcoming the announcement, Bob Howard, Vice President Journals Editorial, said: “We…
In an increasingly competitive space, publishers not only need to meet the challenge of other publishing companies and open access, but also changing user expectations. Too often users’ expectations have been poorly met, but this is changing with an increasingly wide range of information products available on increasingly sophisticated platforms. SAGE Publications and Alexander Street…
Roughly $5.5 billion of the over $8 billion higher education textbook market is caught in the secondary market. This is lost revenue that would otherwise be invested into the development of valuable new learning technologies
It used to be you really only had one distribution platform: The print version. In fact, back then it would have been redundant to call it "the print version." There was only one version. Now that we're living in the much ballyhooed four-screen world—TV, computer, smart phone, tablet/ereader—it's really no longer efficient or feasible to create for print and then backtrack to get your products into digital streams.
The current American criminal justice system can only be truly understood if the crimes and punishments are studied in tandem with the social history that goes along with them, and social history encompasses both the content and the approach to that history. SAGE Reference’s new five-volume The Social History of Crime and Punishment in America: An Encyclopedia surveys the history along with the philosophy of crime, punishment, and criminal justice institutions in the United States, from colonial times to the present
Los Angeles, CA (July 31, 2012) SAGE Open recently published its 100th journal article after winning its first award, the 2012 APEX Award for Publishing Excellence. SAGE Open was launched in May 2011 as SAGE’s premiere open access journal and the first broad based open access journal to publish academic research from the full spectrum of social science disciplines. The success of this journal has lead to the recent announcement of three new open access journals for SAGE: SAGE Open Engineering, SAGE Open Medical Case Reports, and SAGE Open Medicine.
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Ingram Content Group Inc. today announced that Vital Source has grown its e-textbook offering with the acquisition of VPG Integrated Media.