iPROSE Selected as a Finalist for the New England Publishing Collaboration Awards (NEPCo)

The New England Publishing Collaboration (NEPCo) Awards recognizes collaborative publishing achievements and educates a new generation of publishing leaders. NEPCo recently selected iPROSE: 40 Years of Excellence in Scholarly Publishing as a finalist for its prestigious award.

The Professional and Scholarly Publishing (PSP) Division of the American Association of Publishers (AAP) worked with The Design Studio at Cenveo Publisher Service to create iPROSE: 40 Years of Excellence in Scholarly Publishing. This digital edition celebrates and showcases the best in scholarly publishing during the past 40 years. The product was created and published earlier this year in honor of The Prose Awards' 40th anniversary. The PROSE Awards, often referred to as the Oscars of scholarly publishing, were created to honor the best scholarly publications across various fields in a variety of formats.

Working collaboratively with Cenveo Publisher Services, PSP went into their vaults to gather and organize 40 years of past winners, highlights, and history. Together the content was transformed into a digital product that includes video, rich media, photo galleries, and more. Cenveo Publisher Services has supported the PROSE Awards for a number of years and in 2016 we wanted to create something special for the 40th anniversary.

iPROSE will be competing against six other finalists at The Rockwell in Somerville, MA on November 9th. For the competition, finalists will present 3-minute descriptions of their collaborative projects on stage in front of judges and the audience. Tickets are still available via NEPCo's website here. Please come and join the celebration!


iPROSE is available for free download via the Cenveo Mobile Platform app in the iTunes store. Just click the icon below!

 
 
The creative team at Cenveo Publisher Services is exceptional. They conceptualized, designed and produced the digital edition. Now we have a digital product showcasing the best in scholarly publishing during the past 40 years.
— Kate Kolendo, project manager at the Association of American Publishers