From data-charged business to a library centered on a community’s needs, BISG’s ‘Making Information Pay’ event looks at the data driving us all.
An unexpected element in a day of comment from very different industries: like publishing, they don’t hear from each other often, either.
Three biennial awards programs are open for applications with a common deadline of May 15. Programs include translation and rights acquisition grants.
‘An intense German-Polish cultural dialogue,’ Germany’s Warsaw plan is led by Frankfurt Book Fair, Goethe-Institut, and Berlin’s Foreign Office.
K.Lab Berlin’s Benjamin Wüstenhagen’s six years in the business have honed his viewpoint on Germany’s edtech development.
The US’ Authors Guild widens its services with self-publishing instruction; university students in Turkey gain access to De Gruyter journal resources.
Mexico and Canada join the USA in the 2017 #ProjectReadathon ‘Million Minutes Campaign’ to release 300,000 books to Save the Children’s literacy programs.
One of Germany’s major publishers offers two platforms to self-published authors—and one of them leads toward the traditional industry, not away from it.
Virginia Tech partners with the UK’s Overleaf on authoring tools. In Geneva, two agencies create a new international publishing statistics project.
Chris Lavergne, publisher of Thought Catalog Books, knows what his social data is saying: Create ‘an experience that isn’t efficient—that’s anti-efficient.’