Print Books Had a Huge Sales Year in 2021 – Plus More ATG News & Announcements

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According to Publishers Weekly “Led by the fiction categories, unit sales of print books rose 8.9% in 2021 over 2020 at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. 825.7 million print units were sold last year, a jump of nearly 68 million over 2020 and a whopping 132 million over 2019…”


The American Astronomical Society announced they are now allowing fully open access to their journals. The AAS Journals that depict research in astronomy, solar physics, and planetary science are freely accessible for anyone to read, download and share as of January 1st…”


MORE LIBRARY AND PUBLISHING NEWS FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES


CONFERENCES, MEETINGS, AND WEBINARS

  • UKSG Further Education webinar:  Reporting for better budget allocation and improved user experience”  “… In this talk, Cristina Ruiz de Asua, academic librarian at Nescot College, will be discussing the importance of reporting and the key metrics you need to look out for, whether it is to identify bottlenecks, improve services or better allocate budgets. Cristina will also talk about the improvements on user experience she’s carried on during the pandemic, including the implementation of OpenAthens single sign-on.…”


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