This volume explores problems concerning the series, national development and the national canon in a range of countries and their international book-trade relationships. Studies focus on issues such as the fabrication of a national canon, and on the book in war-time, the evolution of Catholic literature, imperial traditions and colonial libraries.
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Volume 1 presents basic scientific and technical principles - it provides the reader with the scientific background to understand spine surgery and it teaches how to apply these surgical principles using the instrumentation necessary in a step-by-step manner with exceptional illustrations. Volume 2 presents discussion concerning typical clinical cases. The readers is involved in the development of the rationale of treatment, the indications, the contraindications, the argumentation in favor of a technique or against one, and the outcome. Case examples are outlined with learning points from more than 50 surgeons of which each leader in their surgical field. [taken from back cover] AOSpine teaching videos and clips enhance learning on the accompanying DVDRom.
In the early nineteenth century, the publishing house of Taylor & Hessey brought out the work of Keats, Clare, Hazlitt, De Quincey, Carlyle, Lamb, Coleridge and many more of the most important literary figures of the time, as well as the great literary journal of the period, the London Magazine. Tim Chilcott here examines the life and work of John Taylor, the firm’s founder. The account, originally published in 1972 and incorporating a large amount of hitherto unpublished material, is a fascinating piece of literary, social and publishing history, showing clearly the relationship between the author and his publisher, and in turn between the publisher and the reading public.
This is a study of the rise and activity of the London publishing house which started in 1829 as Bentley and Colburn and was finally absorbed by Macmillan in 1898. Professor Gettmann has worked from the surviving papers of the firm and it is probable that he has here given more detail about the aims, methods and successes of an English publisher of the time than can be found anywhere else. Since there is constant reference from the activities of Bentley to that of his contemporaries, it is also a microcosm of English authorship and publishing from the time of Scott to that of Meredith: one of the great period of English publishing enterprise. It discusses movements of taste and cycles of popular reading and illustrates the relationship between publisher and author. It also deals with authors' contracts and rewards and in short, deals with every aspect of English publishing in an important period.
Complete classroom training manual for Microsoft Publisher 2019. 296 pages and 189 individual topics. Includes practice exercises and keyboard shortcuts. You will learn how to create publications, format objects, customize schemes, create tables, perform mailings, prepare print files, and much more. Topics Covered: Getting Acquainted with Publisher 1. The Publisher Environment 2. The Title Bar 3. The Ribbon 4. The File Tab and Backstage View 5. The Quick Access Toolbar 6. Touch Mode 7. The Scroll Bars 8. The Page Layout View Buttons 9. The Zoom Slider and Zoom Button 10. The Status Bar 11. The Mini Toolbar 12. Keyboard Shortcuts Creating Basic Publications 1. Creating New Publications 2. Changing the Publication Template 3. Using Business Information 4. Saving Publications 5. Closing Publications 6. Opening Publications 7. Inserting New Pages 8. Deleting Pages 9. Moving Pages Basic Skills 1. Inserting Text Boxes 2. Inserting Shapes 3. Adding Text to Shapes 4. Inserting Pictures Saved Locally 5. Inserting Online Pictures 6. Inserting Picture Placeholders 7. Using the Scratch Area 8. Moving, Resizing, and Rotating Objects 9. Deleting Objects 10. Using Find and Replace 11. Using AutoCorrect 12. Inserting WordArt Formatting Objects 1. Formatting Text 2. Formatting Shapes 3. Formatting Pictures Using Building Blocks 1. Creating Basic Building Blocks 2. Using Building Blocks Master Pages 1. Using Master Pages Customizing Schemes 1. Creating a Custom Color Scheme 2. Creating a Custom Font Scheme 3. Customizing Page Backgrounds Using Tables 1. Creating and Deleting Tables 2. Selecting Table Elements 3. Inserting and Deleting Columns and Rows 4. Merging Text in Table Cells 5. Modifying Text in Table Cells 6. Formatting Tables Page Setup and Layouts 1. Using Page Setup 2. Using Layout Guides 3. Using the Rulers Mailings 1. Mail Merge 2. The Step by Step Mail Merge Wizard 3. Creating a Data Source 4. Selecting Recipients 5. Inserting and Deleting Merge Fields 6. Previewing a Merge 7. Detaching the Data Source 8. Finishing a Mail Merge 9.Merging a Catalog Printing 1. Previewing and Printing 2. Using the Pack and Go Feature 3. Sharing and Exporting Publications Helping Yourself 1. Using Publisher Help
Author: North American Serials Interest Group. Conference
Publisher: Psychology Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
The emphasis of this informative book, proceedings of the third NASIG conference, is on serials publishing. By exploring the relationships among the librarian, publisher, and vendor, this book builds a better understanding of these three positions. Discussions include the economics of journal publishing, the challenge of cataloging computer files, and the current developments in the bibliographic control of serials. Technical processing, cataloging, pricing and budgeting, and career development topics are also explored.