There are several imprints we publish under:
In addition, we support the design, production, and archiving of institutional and course-specific publications such as exhibit catalogues and reports.
All texts are published open access as a PDF or in Pressbooks, and the author is given the choice of Creative Commons licenses. If requested, the text can also be made available as a paperback Print on Demand (POD) title.
Contact Allison Brown, Digital Publishing Services Manager, to find out more about our proposal process: firstname.lastname@example.org
Established in 2009,
The Proceedings of Great Day journal compiles and publishes promising student work presented at SUNY Geneseo's GREAT Day symposium.
The projects, presentations, and research included here represent the academic rigor, multidisciplinary study, and unique creativity of the students taking part in the annual SUNY Geneseo GREAT Day symposium.
Debuted in the fall of 2013, Geneseo Authors highlights the scholarship and creativity of SUNY Geneseo faculty and alumni. These titles are also available free online and through Amazon.com.
Originally Open SUNY Textbooks, Milne Library spearheads the publication of SUNY-wide open textbooks. All titles are authored and peer-reviewed by SUNY faculty and staff and are available free online. These publications are available in .pdf, EPUB, and online/HTML format. Nearly 250,000 Milne Open Textbooks have been downloaded worldwide, and have been incorporated into traditional classes, online classes, and MOOCs.
This series highlights rare and locally significant titles in our Genesee Valley collection. These reprints of public domain titles offer the historical perspective of the Genesee Valley region through many genres and are available free online and through Amazon.
Milne Library Publishing also provides SUNY Geneseo faculty, students, and staff access to the publishing platform, Pressbooks. This online publishing software built on WordPress is perfect for adapting open texts, collaborative student projects, and annotating public domain texts.