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Capital in the Twenty-First Century Receives Top Honor for 2015 PROSE Awards

PROSE Awards honor year's greatest works in professional and scholarly publishing

AAP's New Visual Identity

New logo conveys supportive role within the industry

Copyright Industries Add 1.1 Trillion to US Economy

5.5 Million Employed in Copyright Industries

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Urge Engagement with Canada on Copyright Concerns

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  • Content Curation 2015: Curation to the Rescue! Adding Context to Content

    Content Curation 2015

    We’re drowning in data! With so much content and digital sorting to do, it’s hard to find what’s relevant. Well, curation to the rescue! Curation is by definition “organizing and maintaining a collection of artworks or artifacts,” but in today’s digital- and media-driven world, it means “adding context to content” so that all of this information is filtered, managed, and organized.

  • AAP General Annual Meeting 2015

    AAP General Annual Meeting 2015

    This year’s Association of American Publishers (AAP) General Annual Meeting ( #AAP2015) on March 18 features an exciting roster of speakers. Irshad Manji, Cornel West, Andrew Keen, David Brooks, and G. Sayeed Choudhury are scheduled to share their insights on an array of timely topics. The speakers represent unique and respected voices from our industry, and will address the use of large-scale data, diversity and free expression, and the impact of technology, among other topics important to publishers today.

    We hope you'll join us for the meeting, which will take place this year at Scholastic’s headquarters in New York City (557 Broadway - between Prince & Spring Streets). Registration is open now, and seating is limited.

  • Professional, Scholarly & Academic Books: The Basic Boot Camp

    Professional, Scholarly & Academic Books: The Basic Boot Camp

    If you have less than three years’ experience with professional, scholarly, and academic book publishing this course will provide an overview of the industry. Or, if you have spent most of your career working in one aspect of PSP publishing and want to learn about other PSP job functions, you should attend.

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