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Sprinting for PubSweet

To help guide the incorporation and use of PubSweet into publishers’ infrastructure development, the Coko community participated in a Book Sprint in Cambridge (UK) in June resulting in the book ‘PubSweet – How to Build a Publishing Platform’.  To download, please click here for PDF and here for EPUB. The book was written by using…

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Catch up with Editoria

Editoria is paradigm-shifting, and includes many features that represent serious efficiencies for university presses and library publishers, but it is also a great travel partner! From the time I joined Coko this spring, we’ve travelled back and forth across the United States together, making stops at several industry meetings (including Council for Science Editors, Society…

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Coko honors Koko

At times, we’ve been mistaken for a legend, Koko the gorilla. Koko died today, at age 46. We’ve always been honored for the mistaken identity because Koko broke boundaries and defied stereotypes, as we hope to do. Like Coko, this extraordinary gorilla was born in San Francisco. Koko was taught sign language and astonished the…

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The launch of editoria.pub

Coko’s open source, browser-based books production workflow tool Editoria recently launched a new web presence located at https://editoria.pub. This is the single space that university presses, library publishers and others interested in following the development of this tool and the community supporting it can go to learn more via helpful resources. This week, in celebration…

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Focus on Aperture

On June 18, at the Organization for Human Brain Mapping Annual Meeting in Singapore, the Publishing Roundtable will solicit feedback from attendees on Aperture, the organization’s new publishing platform expected to release in 2019. More than a platform, Aperture aims to rethink the ‘norms’ associated with communicating academic research, bringing transparency and interactivity to the publishing…

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