Teaching Publishing and Editorial Practice: The Transition from University to Industry

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Hargrave, J. 2022. Teaching Publishing and Editorial Practice: The Transition from University to Industry. Cambridge Cambridge University Press (CUP).
AuthorsHargrave, J.
Abstract

A key challenge facing all educators working in practice-based subjects is the need to negotiate tensions between past and present and provide a training that prepares students for fast-changing conditions, while also conveying long-standing principles. This Element therefore investigates how effectively editing and publishing programmes prepare graduates for industry and how well these graduates translate this instruction to the workplace. Taking a global perspective to gauge the state of the discipline, the mixed-methods approach used for this Element comprised two online surveys for educators and graduates, three semi-structured interviews with industry practitioners (scholarly, education and trade) and ethnographic practice (author as educator and practitioner). Three key concepts also framed this Element's enquiry: being, learning and doing. The Element demonstrates how these transitioning but interdependent concepts have the potential to form a holistic practice-led pedagogy for students of editing and publishing programmes.

Keywordseditorial pedagogy; editorial practice; publishing; graduates; transition
ISBN9781108866880
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108866880
Web address (URL)https://www.cambridge.org/core/elements/abs/teaching-publishing-and-editorial-practice/CBE96B3F9ACF46FECE30D37A7E8B62FE
Output statusPublished
Publication dates
Online27 Jan 2022
Publication process dates
Deposited05 Sep 2022
Year2022
PublisherCambridge University Press (CUP)
Place of publicationCambridge
SeriesElements in Publishing and Book Culture
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