Looking back at 10 years of Cambridge University Press Ebooks: Learn why ebooks came to be, and how relevant the content remains

Sponsored by Cambridge University Press
Recorded on 05/21/2020

Posted in eBooks and Electronic Resources in Academic Libraries

Summary:

After centuries in print, books moved online. Did this change in form change their function as well? How has research been impacted by ebooks, and what role does the publisher serve in digitizing, curating, and maintaining monographs, textbooks, and other book types? Listen to book publishers from Cambridge University Press explain how the availability of backlist ebooks impacts current research, and why that content remains highly relevant today.


Speakers:

Cecelia Cancellaro

Senior Editor
HSS Books

Nicholas Gibbons

Senior Commissioning Editor
Physics

David Repetto

Executive Publisher
Psychology

Anna Whiting

Senior Commissioning Editor
Medicine