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New preK-12 Division to be Created
Publishing’s Most Comprehensive Annual Survey
Kirtsaeng v John Wiley & Sons Inc.
Urges ICANN to Ensure Internet Freedom and Consumer Choice
"Innovative Solutions for Historic Challenges"
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Association of Educational Publishers, Association of American Publishers to Merge
New preK-12 Division to be CreatedRead more >>
K-12 Educational Publishers Endorse Governor Brown’s Funding Proposal for Common Core Implementation
“The Necessary Tools for Success”Read more >>
BOOKSTATS 2013 NOW AVAILABLE
Publishing’s Most Comprehensive Annual SurveyRead more >>
Annual Meeting Photos, Videos Now Available
"Innovative Solutions for Historic Challenges"Read more >>
TRADE PUBLISHERS’ NET REVENUE GROWS 6.2% FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2012
Adult Fiction/Non-Fiction and Children’s/Young Adult Categories Show Increases; AAP Marks 10 Years of Tracking eBooksRead more >>
Content in Context 2013
Education 2020 — The Future in Focus
AAP School Division and the Association of Educational Publishers collaborate on the premier event for companies doing business in the K-12 education market.Read more >>
Free Brown Bag Luncheon: Sales for Books, Journals, and Electronic Products
If you would like the opportunity to network with other staff in the professional and scholarly publishing arena, meet your peers and find out what they’re doing and learn about sales strategies then this free luncheon talk is for you!Read more >>
PSP Journals Reboot: Problem Solving in an Evolving Journals Landscape
The PSP Journals Reboot is an intensive three-day course on journals publishing offered every two years (on every odd calendar year) by the Professional and Scholarly Publishing (PSP) division of the Association of American Publishers. The purpose of the course is to expose participants to all aspects of journals publishing.Read more >>