|Job Title:||Lecturer, Department of Information Studies|
Why I am supporting the Academic Book of the Future Project:
This project matters – to publishers, academics, libraries, booksellers and readers. Everyone with an interest in scholarly communication in the Humanities needs to have their voice heard and contribute to the debate. This project brings these voices together and provides a platform for all of us to shape the academic book of the future.
Publishing, social media, social aspects of technology, digital marketing, history of the book, bibliotherapy
‘Career Development’, in Academic and Professional Publishing, Chandos Publishing 2012.
Criswell, J., & Canty, N. (2014). Deconstructing Social Media: An Analysis of Twitter and Facebook Use in the Publishing Industry. Publishing Research Quarterly, 30 (4), 352-376. doi:10.1007/s12109-014-9376-1
Canty, N. P. (2013). Social Media in Libraries: It’s Like, Complicated. Alexandria: The Journal of National and International Library and Information Issues., 23 (2), 41-54. doi:10.7227/ALX.23.2.4
Canty, N. P. (2012). Libraries as publishers: turning the page?. Alexandria: The Journal of National and International Library and Information Issues, 23 (1), 55-62. doi:10.7227/ALX.23.1.7
Canty, N. (2012). The experience of first time novelists in the united kingdom. Publishing Research Quarterly, 28 (3), 218-235. doi:10.1007/s12109-012-9280-5
Rowlands, I., Nicholas, D., Russell, B., Canty, N., & Watkinson, A. (2011). Social media use in the research workflow. LEARN PUBL, 24 (3), 183-195. doi:10.1087/20110306
I am a lecturer in the department of Information Studies where I teach on the MA in Publishing. I joined UCL in 2010 after a career in academic and professional publishing. I am working towards a PhD looking at how the publishing industry uses social media.
See Nick’s UCL profile here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/dis/people/nickcanty