Part of the joy of reading magazines, as opposed to books and journals, are the inventive cover designs and enthralling double spread images contained within the pages. The physical appeal of magazines, combined with engaging topical content, is perhaps why many readers and institutions are so proud of their large and growing collections of archived issues. But what about those collections which are missing a few issues? Or those archives which have outlived several generations of readers? It can be … Keep Reading
Tag: digital publishing
Last week, Exact Editions had the pleasure of attending UKSG’s all-day event entitled ‘Introduction to E-resources Today’. We approached the event with the intention of learning more about the work of librarians so that we could further address the challenges they face and make their lives a little easier where possible.
To start the day, we listened to Mitchell Dunkley’s presentation, ‘Managing Journal Content in the Online World’. This was a well-constructed talk which explained the processes used … Keep Reading
With a new year on the horizon, now is the perfect time to kick back, relax and bunker down for winter. But before you do that, it’s worth thinking about how much you’ve achieved this year and what you can do better next year.
Exact Editions can look back at 2017 fondly as a record-breaking number of libraries around the world are now accessing magazines and their archives using the platform. We have been exceptionally busy from January to December; … Keep Reading
Today marks the release of World War II Military History as an app, which is available here in Apple’s App Store. It’s a brand new product for the digital publishing scene, and a brand new model in iTunes – the serialisation of books in app form.
Osprey Publishing has been creating books for military history enthusiasts since 1968, and it’s now one of the most successful examples of niche publishing around. The combination of Osprey’s rich archive of historical material … Keep Reading