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We are proud to announce that Dr. Chuck Severance’s popular textbook Python for Informatics is now available in an iPad edition. Staff in MPublishing worked with Dr. Chuck to convert the book’s contents for the iPad, which allowed us to add a number of new features. Each chapter now includes a lecture from Dr. Chuck, explanatory videos for exercises, and quizzes:       The iPad edition also includes a glossary as well as typographic…

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Are you a graduate student? Does the idea of publishing your work leave you feeling nervous or unsure of what to do? Please join us for “Publish, Not Perish: Tools for Success,” a series of workshops during the fall and winter semesters that will help you navigate the challenges every new academic author faces, including understanding copyright, sharing your research and teaching materials effectively, establishing a professional presence online, considering when to start publishing, selecting…

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Are you a University of Michigan faculty member or a post-doc interested in transforming a manuscript into a successful book project with an academic publisher or university press? Rebecca Sestili, the Author-Publisher Liaison (APL), demystifies the publication process and provides assistance as you navigate from proposal to publication. The APL offers guidance on such aspects as preparing a prospectus, approaching acquisitions editors, identifying the market, and understanding subventions, permissions, and contract terms. Rebecca will be…

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Summer has almost come to an end. We’re excited to welcome students back to campus, as well as welcoming a new journal: We are excited to announce the release of a new MPublishing-hosted journal, Music and Politics. Published since 2007 and edited by Patricia Hall (Professor and Chair of Music Theory at the UM School of Music Theatre and Dance, Music and Politics is an open access, peer-reviewed journal published twice annually. Rich with audio and visual examples…

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