Another instance of governmental incursion into the educational space: The Dominican Republic’s publishers hold a news conference.
Taylor & Francis describes its new platform as offering research writers a way to find ‘the right home’ for their ‘rejected manuscripts.’
The Sharjah Book Authority’s 23rd cycle of its Library Literature Prizes was part of a forum featuring discussion of libraries’ challenges.
Allegations of political indoctrination, distorted history, and flagrant errors are greeting Mexico’s new government-made textbooks.
While the international book publishing trade holds sway at Frankfurt, academic programming will make a strong showing in October.
A cross-disciplinary approach is planned for Oxford University Press’ newly announced “Intersections” online academic resource.
Boosting science research and publishing, says the Publishers Association’s Dan Conway, the UK’s Horizon/Copernicus move is good news.
The Projekt DEAL program inks its third major research-publishing agreement, as Elsevier signs a five-year transformative agreement.
A high-level overview of AI and publishing interests opens the 75th Frankfurt’s Rights Meeting in its new multi-week format.
The University Press Library platform at Germany’s De Gruyter now hosts scholarly content from all 17 Canadian university presses.