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.
The Gaumont-Scholastic Entertainment project is developing Down syndrome advocate Sofia Sanchez’ ‘Rocket Park’ books for television.
Springer Nature leadership talks of creating ‘a dynamic, open repository of medical knowledge’ with its Cureus acquisition.
In this program from the Mexican Publishers Association, IPA’s Karine Pansa calls accessible publishing ‘not only a good decision, but also a good commercial decision.’
The closing panel of the 2022 IPA International Publishers Congress looks the responsibility to increase diversity in book publishing.
The 33rd International Publishers Congress hits the right notes in a complex array of issues, needs, successes and challenges.
The 2022 winners of the Accessible Books Consortium awards are to be named late this month at the Guadalajara book fair.
Whose responsibility is it, one congress panelist will ask, to address today’s shallowing-out of reading as a habit in many cultures?
IPA names Brazilian publisher Karine Pansa as its next—and third woman—president, and Gvantsa Jobava is named as vice-president.