All members are welcome to the annual meeting at the Frankfurt Book Fair, Thursday, October 17, at 14–16 (2–4 pm), hall 4.2, Room Brillanz..
The second part of the meeting, 15:00-16:00, will be open for all interested parties. Welcome to take part in discussion of AEUP activities. Drinks reception after the meeting will be held at Hall 4.2, stands booth E 73774/75/77/78.
Please, contact us if you have any questions or ideas you would like to raise with the AEUP Board: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to an initiative by Jacob Andersson at Malmö University Library Publishing, pending member of AEUP, we will spread this survey to presses, publishing houses and library publishers internationally.
The AEUP Board has written a summary of the workshop, which was aimed at editors and publishers who want to acquire knowledge and gain first hand experience with tools for creating standardized documents in XML. The first day focused on general information on XML-based publishing and about the Métopes project. The following two days offered hands-on experience with Métopes software.
The feedback from the participants of the workshop was very positive. The role of AEUP in this cooperation is best described as an intermediary and an aggregator of ideas.
Anyone who is interested in writing a blog post about XML-based publishing, perhaps you were one of the attandees of this workshop and would like to give your comments and response, please contact us at email@example.com.
Save the dates June, 12–14 2019, for the 2nd AEUP 2019 conference in Brno, hosted by Masaryk University Press. More information about the conference will appear on the website in January.
The AEUP Board is looking forward to 2019, a new year filled with AEUP activities and events. We want all of you to take part in discussions, activities and tell us what you think is important for us to work with.
All of us in the AEUP Board would like to thank all members for everything we have accomplished together in 2018.
This week is the international University Press Week 2018. Why celebrate this? It is an occasion to highlight the work we do at University Presses and give credit to all involved.
This years’s theme is focusing on UPs ability to find authors and publish their work, might otherwise would not be published #TurnItUP. The theme was chosen by the Association of University Presses (AUPresses).
Several of our AEUP members presses have and are taking part in this.