The university library should be a more central resource to faculty in selecting materials from which to design their courses. In the past year I have come to realize there is a much more fundamental and profound argument regarding learning belonging in the library to which I must lend my voice and this column.
David’s extensive experience in academic publishing, his business background, and his sensitivity to the challenges facing both libraries and content providers combine to make him an excellent source of insights and advice. We have found his input invaluable in helping Docuseek figure out how best to serve colleges and universities.
– Jim Davis | President of Docuseek
David is an inspirational executive and publisher, purpose driven and committed to supporting authors to maximize the impact of their work on students, researchers and society more broadly. I would not hesitate to recommend David as a publishing partner, and I look forward to seeing Lived Places Publishing make a lasting contribution at the intersection of social identity and location.
– Tony Roche | CEO of Emerald Publishing
The first book delivered to the world by a new publisher must set the tone for all that is to follow. The first book must embody the vision and values of the publisher and, most importantly, it must be a damn fine book! From my seat as … Read More about Celebrating Milestones: Lived Places Publishing Releases First Title
In this edition's Against the Grain, my Learning Belongs in the Library column is focused on open education resources (OER) textbook adoption and my thoughts on what is slowing the growth of faculty uptake. Click to read the … Read More about Learning Belongs in the Library — OER And Achieving Wide Faculty Adoption: Three Hurdles