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Free Webcast: EBooks: More Than a Book

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The April issue of Against the Grain, including all articles and authors referenced in this webcast, is available at https://www.charleston-hub.com/2022/04/against-the-grain-v342-april-2022-full-issue/.

Description: Join the guest editor and featured authors from the April issue of Against the Grain as they discuss the topics of their articles and leave time for a lively audience discussion and Q&A.


  • Daniel L. Huang (Guest Editor), Resource Acquisitions Manager, Lehigh University Libraries, providing an overview and context for the featured authors;
  • Allen Jones, The New School, speaking on breaking the wall between content and the library patron with a multi-supplier “My Account” area;
  • Leigh Kinch-Pedrosa and Travis Wall, Pressbooks, speaking on Open Educational Resources;
  • Charles Watkinson, University of Michigan and Michigan Publishing, speaking on the Fulcrum platform and “The Next Big Thing in Academic Publishing… The Book!”; and
  • John Willinsky, Stanford University and the Open Monograph Project, who will be speaking on the Open Monograph Project’s Open Monograph Press.
(L to R): Dan Huang, Allen Jones, Leigh Kinch-Pedrosa, Travis Wall, Charles Watkinson, John Willinsky

This session will be recorded and the video will be sent to registered attendees afterward for viewing on demand.


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