ReportsnReports.com, an online market research reports library of over 500,000 in-depth studies of over 5000 micro markets, has added Global E-book Market 2015-2019 research report of 95 pages to the book publishing industry intelligence collection in its online library. The Global E-book market is the fastest growing sub-market in the worldwide book publishing industry. It accounted for about 12.6 percent of the Global Book Publishing market in 2014 and is expected to increase to 27.8 percent by 2019. This report is available through ReportsnReports.com at http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/318555-global-e-book-market-2015-2019.html.
According to this research, Global E-book market is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 17.40 percent over the period 2014-2019. An e-book is a book available in the digital format, which allows readers to access content using their handheld devices without any time and location constraints. The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the Global E-book market for the period 2015-2019. To calculate the market size, the report considers the revenue generated from three consumer segments - Consumer E-books, Professional E-books, and Educational E-books.
The Global E-book Market 2015-2019 research report has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the APAC region, Europe, and North America; it also covers the Global E-book market landscape and its growth prospects in the coming years. The report includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.
Companies active in the eBook industry and discussed in this research report include Amazon, Hachette, Harper Collins, Penguin Random House, Cengage Learning, Kensington Publishing, Macmillan Publishers, Mc Graw Hill and Wiley.
This report will help answer questions such as what will the E-Book market size be in 2018 and what will the growth rate be? What are the key eBook market trends? What is driving this market? What are the challenges to market growth? Who are the key e-Book vendors in this market space? What are the market opportunities and threats faced by the key vendors? What are the strengths and weaknesses of the key eBook vendors?
STM publisher Elsevier has announced the addition of seven new books to its food science portfolio. These include Handbook of Food Allergen Detection and Control, edited by Simon Flanagan; High Throughput Screening for Food Safety Assessment, edited by Arun Bhunia, Moon Kim and Chris Taitt; and Feeding Everyone No Matter What: Managing Food Security After Global Catastrophe, authored by David Denkenberger and Joshua Pearce.
Allergens in food and their detection, management and elimination constitute a key issue for food manufacturers. Handbook of Food Allergen Detection and Control reviews current and emerging technologies, as well as issues such as safety, traceability, regulation and consumer attitudes. Editor Simon Flanagan, Senior Consultant, Food Safety at Reading Scientific Services Ltd., has worked in various sectors of the food industry for more than twenty years. His experience spans the beverage, agricultural and infant formula sectors.
High Throughput Screening for Food Safety Assessment summarizes the latest research and applications of sensor technologies for online and high-throughput screening of food. It is a comprehensive reference for R&D and quality control managers in the food and biosensor industries; food engineers working on the development of detection methods; microbiologists and regulatory agencies; and postgraduate researchers and academics with a research interest in the field.
The third book, Feeding Everyone No Matter What: Managing Food Security After Global Catastrophe, written by David Denkenberger and Joshua Pearce, presents a scientific approach to the practicalities of planning for long-term interruption to food production.
The seven new food science books are: Handbook of Food Allergen Detection and Control by Simon Flanagan; High Throughput Screening for Food Safety Assessment by Arun Bhunia, Moon Kim and Chris Taitt; Feeding Everyone No Matter What: Managing Food Security After Global Catastrophe by David Denkenberger and Joshua Pearce; Crop Physiology: Applications for Genetic Improvement and Agronomy,2nd Edition by Victor Sadras and Daniel Calderini; Flavour Development, Analysis and Perception in Food and Beverages by J. K. Parker, Stephen Elmore, Lisa Methven and Marie José; Handbook of Natural Antimicrobials for Food Safety and Quality by Matt Taylor; and Whisky: Technology, Production and Marketing, 2nd Edition by Inge Russell and Graham Stewart.
The books are available on the Elsevier Store and on ScienceDirect, Elsevier's full-text scientific database offering journal articles and book chapters from over 2,200 peer-reviewed journals and more than 25,000 book titles.
Thieme Chemistry has announced that 'Pharmaceutical Substance' version 3.7 is now available. This substantial new release for the reference guide includes 25 new pharmaceutical compounds such as Sofosbuvir and Simeprevir, both used for the treatment of hepatitis C infections.
The new release contains 25 new active pharmaceutical ingredients including four protein kinase inhibitors for oral cancer therapy: Afatinip for the treatment of non-small cell lung cancer and two drugs for the treatment of metastatic melanoma, the BRAF inhibitor Dabrafenib and the MEK inhibitor Trametinib, which are recommended for use in combination. Ibrutinip, the first inhibitor of Brutons tyrosine kinase, is used for indications such as mantle cell lymphoma and chronic lymphocytic leukemia. Additionally, monographs for the hepatitis C cures Sofosbuvir and Simeprevir were added.
'Pharmaceutical Substances' is projected as an invaluable resource for everyone involved in the design, discovery, development and evaluation of drugs. Institutional access is granted after purchasing an annual license, prices depending on the number of potential users.
The Georgetown University Library has become the newest member of HathiTrust, a partnership of major academic and research libraries collaborating in an extraordinary digital library initiative to preserve and provide access to the published record in digital form.
Membership in HathiTrust gives all Georgetown users advanced options when accessing HathiTrust's more than 4.5 million publically-available volumes. Users can now create reading lists, save items and download full-text pdfs of many items in HathiTrust's archive. In the future, digitized volumes from Georgetown's own collection will also be available to Georgetown users.
In addition, HathiTrust enables the Library to provide enhanced access to digitized materials, including items still in copyright, for users with print disabilities.
Launched in 2008, HathiTrust has more than one hundred partners who have contributed more than 12 million volumes to the digital library, digitized from their collections. In collecting these volumes, HathiTrust serves a dual role. First, as a trusted repository it guarantees the long-term preservation of the materials it holds. Second, as a service for partners and a public good, HathiTrust offers persistent access to the digital collections. This includes viewing, downloading, searching and saving public domain volumes and those belonging to a user's institution.
Academic publisher Taylor & Francis has adopted DataSalon's MasterVision service to provide subscription and usage reporting for their journals customer base. MasterVision combines over 60 million rows of data from different databases into a single user-friendly interface - providing detailed customer insight.
In addition to an intuitive interface for searching, analysing and exporting customer data, MasterVision provides Taylor & Francis with a range of tailored reports, enabling staff to explore in detail how customers engage with different products, packages and collections.
The system is already being used by sales staff to identify new opportunities and to prepare for customer meetings. Each customer's subscriptions, usage and denials history can be called up quickly, with one-click options to drill down further by year or month, archival or current content, and by product or package.
MasterVision also calculates cost per download scores for each customer, and forecasts likely usage and denials patterns for future months. The end result is that Taylor & Francis staff now have statistics for every journal customer on demand.
If you’re producing content for the web and want readers to find your products, you need to understand how to make search optimization work for you. This course focuses on the practical things you can do, explains how search engines work, and equips you with the tools to apply all you have learnt immediately.
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Projects are fundamental to all publishing organizations. Everyone gets involved in them.They may involve developing new products, new processes and systems, adopting new technologies, reaching new markets, acquiring new business, selecting new suppliers or improving existing processes. Projects are also challenging and often fail to achieve the desired results. This course provides a template and many supporting tools that can be applied to all projects, large or small, to help ensure successful outcomes. It has a strong emphasis on getting things right at the outset because thi s is where most problems with projects arise. The programme is highly practical and includes break-out sessions using real project scenarios provided by delegates as well as providing publishing case studies as examples of what works and what doesn''t.
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A wide range of ethical issues can arise in academic publishing. These can be caused by misbehaving authors (e.g. committing plagiarism or fraud), by abuse of editorial positions and also by conflicts between publishers’ and societies’ commercial interests and principles of editorial freedom and integrity. This course will cover how to effectively detect and deal with possible misconduct and show the importance of having sound ethical policies. While the principles and theories covered are applicable across most publication types, some issues covered will be particularly relevant to journals publishing.
Event Date: November 17, 2015
This course will provide an insight into the technologies behind eJournal delivery. Technology has removed the barriers between production, editorial, marketing, sales, customer services and most importantly – the customers. The course will be business-centric – clearly positioning technologies in the context of the industry issues they aim to solve. Participants will learn how technology is used throughout the delivery of eJournals from publisher via library to the end-user.
Event Date: November 12, 2015
This course has been designed as a follow-on from Journal Development 1 which provides participants with a toolbox system for planning the development of their journals. This more advanced course looks at overarching strategies for journal development including acquisition and portfolio development. The course is built around case studies to allow participants to work on simulated scenarios in order to discuss and test ideas and strategies with their peers and the course facilitators.
Event Date: November 10, 2015
The US Center for Science in the Public Interest has questioned medical journals for not revealing the financial relationship the authors hold with drug companies for the studies that may potentially benefit the companies. . Scientists whose researches are funded by drug companies often publish their reports in prestigious scientific journals. Drug companies who fund the reports claim the results of the study while marketing the product. Publishers of the journals are left clueless about the funding agreement. Click Here
Allen Press had conducted an annual study to identify the pricing patterns of scientific and medical journals. The research covers the 2004 pricing of US journals and gives recommendations on the pricing structure for 2005. It carries comparisons between the pricing structures of non-profit society journals and discusses general pricing trends in the US. The author also ranks the journals based on the subscription charges and science categories with higher prices. The paper also forecasts the pricing strategy of science journals in 2005. Click Here
Researchers have voiced their support to Open Access (OA) that makes their works available to anyone free of cost. While commercial publishers have given a subdued response to OA, scientists welcome OA archiving, wherein institutions or academics maintain an electronic format of the studies submitted by the scientists. Amidst disapproval from publishers and scientific groups, OA archiving is gaining acceptance from developed nations. Economic factors, existing subsidised but limited free content supported by publishers and an inclination to traditional publishing are a few reasons that impede support for OA archiving from developing countries. Click Here
The “open access movement”, which is rapidly gaining ground in the area of STM publishing, stresses the free use of online medical research. As commercial publishers set high prices for medical periodicals and libraries struggle to sustain amidst shrinking budgets, a debate has flared up on the need for open access. Clinical and basic researchers point out that as these studies are funded by the government, the publishers must make them available for free. The increasing use of electronic format of journals has induced independent publishers, such as ASCO and JCO, to host e-journals as an extension of their respective membership programmes and educational missions. Click Here
The open access movement is gaining momentum. Critics have voiced their strong protests against the pricing of STM journals. The spiralling prices were, in fact, the major reason for the launch and rapid spreading of the open access movement. Does this mean the end of SRM publishers? No, says Bill Town in his article in Computing. Click Here
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