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For the Love of Print

For authors, the decision to self-publish is a big one. Making the choice to market, and be the advocate of, your own writing can be a huge but rewarding undertaking. But designing the publication itself—its cover art, the paper choices—without guidance or help, those...

A Place for Everything… (The power of 5S.)

At the risk of oversimplifying or stereotyping, I think we can generally agree that like people, there are two types of production facilities: those that try to operate through a level of clutter, and those that require neatness and order. Sheridan print production...

Taking Your Journal Online-Only? Your Back-Up Plan is Essential!

Are you considering moving your journal publications to an online-only format? As you consider that option, be aware that many subscribers still want the option to obtain a print copy. You need to have a strategy for meeting readers’ print copy needs before taking the...
Simplify The Proofing Process

Simplify The Proofing Process

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 Journal Services simplifies the...

The Power of PDFs

For years the STM publishing industry has been focused on the development of XML-based workflows and technologies that leverage XML for the expressed purpose of enriching content and making content more discoverable. Millions of dollars of investment have been made in...