Thursday, June 7, 2012

AcademicPub Featured in Publisher's Weekly

We're happy to announce that Publishers Weekly provided a wonderful overview of the AcademicPub service this week:
Since the launch of the service in April, about 135 publishers have signed on to make their content available through the AcademicPub content library—all of it aggregated to a granular level that includes full-text articles, chapters, and even single recipes. The service offers professors access to more than three million items of content, and [Michael] Cairns said they expect to have more than 200 publishers in the program by the end of the year.
"We've got a couple thousand faculty members registered," Cairns said, "mostly in the U.S., but it's global and its expanding." Cairns said the service offers ease of use, broad content, fast turnarounds, and the ability to brand the service in the name of the school or for publishers, some of whom use the service in-house to quickly create anthologies of their content for general sale.
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