*+-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.
*+-Education publishers and edtech startups came together at the BISG Higher Education Conference to discuss the challenges of this changing marketplace.
*+-Academic researchers and publishers face growing pressure to publish in English but there are challenges in translating work and finding a suitable outlet.
*+-The city of Incheon and the Frankfurt Book Fair will organize the Incheon EduContent Fair on November 12-15, 2015, to focus on education in Asia
*+-At last week’s London Book Fair, experts from the ed tech publishing community shared key lessons they have learned, including keep it simple and act fast.
*+-Saudi Arabia’s Obeikan is a leader in education publishing, with nearly 3,000 titles, a print operation, as well as 20 bookstores across the country.
*+-UK education startups face the dual challenge of first finding teachers within schools who want their product then hoping the budget exists to adopt it.
*+-UK startup Educake promises an easy-to-use online solution for teachers to set up and grade quizzes and students to provide answers, much of it automated.
*+-HP’s innovations in digital printing allow publishers to reduce costs for printing and inventory management. Find out more on April 13 in London.