The Norwich-based National Centre for Writing has announced the nine winners of its translator mentoring program.
The International Publishers Association has a series of events during Frankfurt Book Fair, many open to trade visitors and exhibitors.
The UK’s National Centre for Writing adds mentoring for deaf, disabled, and neurodiverse translators to its language-based offers.
In a program hailing the Marrakesh Treaty’s implementation in 119 nations so far, WIPO cheers the accord’s first decade.
As Benetech’s iconic certification turns five years old, the research giant Elsevier receives its Global Certified Accessible designation.
The Institute of Professional Editors in Australia has produced an end-to-end guide on accessible publishing two years in the making.
First organized in 2006, Spain’s innovation-themed Readmagine industry-facing conference is set for June 7 to 9 in Madrid.
The London-based educational publisher Pearson is designated today by Benetech as a ‘Global Certified Accessible Publisher.
The need for coherent, actionable data impacts the progress world publishing can make on its prime challenges, IPA’s Karine Pansa says.
Taylor & Francis’ accessibility lead Stacy Scott has signed two charters in the company’s commitment to accessible publishing.