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Journals

06.29.12
by Susan Parente

Let’s say, as a publisher of journals and books, you want a sleek and simple way to showcase popular content online and entice new and expanding audiences to access it. Not only to access it, but to purchase it on-the-spot in whatever format they...

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05.17.12
by Kelly Freeburger

Most people know how paper is made. It’s a lesson I was taught in elementary school. In the simplest terms, trees grow, are harvested, turned to pulp, pressed into huge rolls of paper, and then distributed to places like your print facility....

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05.07.12
by Susan Parente

The Manzanar wildflowers of California, of course!

(Pictured above:...

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05.04.12
by Tim Hurd

On May 16th I will be presenting a Webinar for STM book and journal publishers about digital printing and Print-on-Demand (POD). If you would like to attend, simply click on this link to register:...

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04.17.12
by Susan Parente

Publishers often spend a lot of their production time managing proofs, sending email notifications to authors and making corrections, especially when working with multiple authors and multiple issues.

The Author Center from Dartmouth...

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04.10.12
by Tim Hurd

As our Print-to-Mobile programs mature we continually investigate interesting and unique...

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03.27.12
by Mike Hepp

 

For years the STM publishing industry has been focused on the development of XML-based workflows and technologies that leverage XML for...

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03.05.12
by Tim Hurd

The Sheridan Print-to-Mobile QR Code program has been in operation for nearly two years now. One of our main takeaways is that some Print-to-Mobile programs are...

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03.05.12
by Susan Parente

Here at The Sheridan Press, we are entrusted with printing a stunning variety of publications, from top cited medical and scientific journals to niche-focused trade and specialty publications. Whether large or small, widely recognized or less so...

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