While school is out of session, edtech entrepreneurs keep working. A quartet of top UK edtech entrepreneurs share what they did on the their summer vacation.
Some freshmen at Duke University have balked at reading Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home claiming visual depictions of lesbian sex offend them, sparking a debate.
Kate Hampton of Kenya’s Kwani Trust gives four strategies for getting the most out of the Yale Publishing Course for mid-career professionals.
Panos Charitos discusses how the convergence of science, the arts, history and a deep crisis led to the launch of Ropi Publications in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Putin’s government plans to offer tax breaks and other benefits to booksellers who let the government pick patriotic titles for in store promotions.
The future of education is tied to technology, and edtech offers tangible, hands-on learning experiences that go well beyond coding and reading on tablets.
Read Forward, a Romanian startup which developed the first digital textbook in the Romanian market, launched its first international office in London.
A government-sponsored program in Poland is bringing digital textbooks to primary, middle and high schools across 14 subjects of the national curriculum.
Quincy McDonald, Publisher at Philadelphia’s F.A. Davis discusses the STM transition from print to digital and adapting to distance education.
There is a state of confusion in the Arab world regarding digital publishing, with educational institutions at the forefront, though take up is slow.