The Curtin University Book Sprint resulted in a guide for all so-called Supporters of Research Communication, a term which is yet to be embraced by all the people who do this work. This book will however be a step towards defining this motley community of people doing the behind-the-scenes work of academic research and publishing. Cutting it very fine, with a shorter and more slimmed down Book Sprint than we are used to, the last day of the Sprint only had two participants! It was also the first time we got to test out our DIY cover generator which worked really well. We’re always for speed and cutting out the steps in between.
Recently, the book Open Knowledge Institutions was openly published by MIT Press. This title went through a radically collaborative and ... read more
In the beginning of March we facilitated our last onsite Book Sprint and this week we were happy to hear ... read more
“Hybrid Environments for Universities: a shared commitment to campus innovation and sustainability” was our last Book Sprint facilitated onsite. It took ... read more