University Presses bullish about acceleration of transition to digital

University Presses bullish about acceleration of transition to digital

Following a tough year, university presses have adapted their working practices to deal with the accelerated move to digital—and most are bullish about what comes next. 

The Association of University Presses (AUPresses), which has 154 members worldwide, reached out to press directors last month and received more than 80 responses. Most reported that, after a late-spring slump, sales were better than expected. 

This was the case for Cambridge University Press (CUP), which saw a sharp fall in sales following the lockdown of most schools and universities. Print sales have now partially recov...

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