Panoma Press is an independent publisher founded in 2005 in the United Kingdom. Panoma publishes high quality business and personal development books that help people grow in their personal and business lives. Some of the international best-sellers include “Cooking up Success (Cindy Etsell)”, “Mission of Honor (Jim Crigler)” amongst others.
Founded in 2004 in Birmingham, UK, Packt’s mission is to help the world put software to work in new ways, through the delivery of effective learning and information services to IT professionals. Packt have published over 6,000 books and videos so far, providing IT professionals with the actionable knowledge they need to get the job done – whether that’s specific learning on an emerging technology or optimizing key skills in more established tools. Packt have also awarded over one million USD through their Open Source Project Royalty scheme, helping numerous projects become household names along the way.
Open Agenda Publishing (OAP), publisher/creator of the award-winning multimedia initiative Ideas Roadshow, offers two monographic scholarly book series – Ideas Roadshow Conversations (100 books) and Ideas Roadshow Collections (20 books) – developed from in-depth conversations between Dr Howard Burton and 100 world-leading experts across the arts and sciences, including 3 Nobel Laureates. These books not only explore cutting-edge academic research, but also reveal the inspirations and personal journeys behind the research which make them powerful pedagogical resources.
The Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) is a professional organization of over 35,000 registered nurses and other healthcare providers dedicated to excellence in patient care, education, research and administration in oncology nursing. It provides information and education to nurses around the world. In addition, the Society plays an active role in advocacy activities at the local, state, national, and international levels.
The Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, NIAS, was founded as an independent Asian studies institute in 1968 in Copenhagen NIAS strives to add value to existing activities through collaboration within and across relevant disciplines in the social sciences, business studies, humanities, law and the technical and natural sciences In this way, the partnership contributes to the growth of Asian studies in the Nordic region Based at the Institute, NIAS Press is a globally focused publisher in English with authors from every continent Its books are available in all parts of the world.
Founded in 1986, National Book Network (NBN) is a dynamic, service-oriented sales, marketing, and distribution company servicing North American and overseas publishers of commercial fiction and nonfiction books and audio titles. National Book Network is a subsidiary of The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, Inc., one of North America’s largest academic publishers.
Colloquium content is meant to capture the best of the traditional book and journal publishing models. Morgan & Claypool offers brief but focused book-length treatments (usually 100 pages or so) of fast-moving research areas – areas that are usually too fast or too new for a traditional monograph. These topics would traditionally have found an outlet only through journals or proceedings, but of course such articles are very constrained and intended only to present original research results. Morgan & Claypool’s titles are instead meant to be pedagogical, showing a non-expert how to perform new research techniques and designs without wading…
Momentum Press was founded in 2007 with core areas in engineering, applied science and technology. Its aim is to reach practitioners, researchers, educational faculty, and students in engineering, science, and industry with both traditional print media and electronically delivered content. Momentum Press publishes original scientific and engineering content, with a focus on the North-American, English language market, but with distribution and market presence worldwide.
The press was founded in 1903. Manchester University Press (MUP) is the third largest University Press in the U.K. Manchester University Press distinctive brand is known globally for publishing excellent research in the humanities and social sciences. This research comes from leading names and up-and-coming scholars from around the world, publish over 170 books each year, as well as seven journals.
The tribal history of Malaysia dates back to 40,000 years. Hindu and Buddhist-influenced kingdoms spread over the archipelago from 3rd century BC onwards, and then Islam arrived with Indian and Arab traders in the 13th century. Melaka was established as the first seat of Malay sultanate. Against this background of diverse history, culture, religion – we put together this special “Malaysia Historical Collection” to capture the splendid first-hand account stories of people who experienced life and events happening in the Malaysia archipelago over the last 100 years. The time frame covers the British colonial period, Japanese occupation and newly independent…