Publishing Workshop

April 16, 11:00am - 12:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Hamilton Library Alcove Add to Calendar

The UH Press staff invite graduate students, junior faculty, first-time authors and others with questions about scholarly publishing to attend this workshop. Topics will include:

--How to Turn a Dissertation into a Book

--What Editors Look for in New Proposals

--Peer Review, Editorial and Production Processes

--Marketing Considerations for New Authors

--Ebooks and Other Options for Digital Publishing

--Emerging issues in Copyright, Open Access, Online Learning, and the UH Digital Repository (ScholarSpace)

UH Press, founded in 1947, publishes about 70 new books and 20 journals annually. Beyond our own imprint, we market and distribute a range of titles from UH departments as well as educational publishers in Asia, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. The UH Press publishing program represents the distinctive history and culture of Hawai‘i, the academic strengths of the University of Hawai‘i, and our commitment to increasing the flow of outstanding scholarship across the Pacific and Asia.

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Event Sponsor
UH Press & UHM Library Services, Mānoa Campus

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Teri Skillman, 956-8688,

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