You may know what it costs to buy a book, but do you know what it actually costs to make one? This innovative study explores the cost of publishing peer-reviewed, digital, scholarly monographs, as reported by 20 university presses.
Open Educational Resources: Nearing a Tipping Point?
Rebecca Griffiths and Nancy Maron
Sustainability and Business Strategy
- Sustaining the Digital Humanities: Host Institution Support Beyond the Start-up Phase (June 2014)
- A Guide to the Best Revenue Models and Funding Sources for your Digital Resources (2014)
- Searching for Sustainability: Strategies from Eight Digitized Special Collections (Maron/Pickle, 2014)
- Appraising our Digital Investment: Sustainability of Digitized Special Collections at ARL Libraries (Maron/Pickle, 2013)
- Sustaining our Digital Future: Institutional Strategies for Digital Content (Maron, Yun, Pickle, 2013)
- Revenue, Recession, How Funders’ Practices Influence the Future of Digital Resources (Maron and Loy, 2011)
- Sustaining Digital Resources: An On-the-Ground View of Projects Today (Maron, Smith, Loy, 2009
- Sustainability and Revenue Models for Online Academic Resources (Guthrie, Griffiths, Maron, 2008)
Case Studies in Sustainability
These articles offer an in-depth look at these innovative digital projects, by examining the paths their leaders have taken to develop strategies for sustainability.
Additional cases available in the reports Sustaining Digital Resources (2009), Revenue, Recession, Reliance (2011); and Searching for Sustainability (2013).
Open Access and OERs
- Opening the Textbook: New Opportunities for Libraries and Publishers? (Ithaka S+R Issue Brief, 2014)