The United Kingdom’s Publishers Association has opened its annual week of promotion for careers in publishing.
With students accessing the system from 170 countries, Cambridge University Press & Assessment is ahead of its anticipated schedule.
In its analysis of transformative-journal program progress in 2022, Plan S sees the open-access transition moving more slowly than hoped.
Unique among book and publishing awards, the biennial Nine Dots Prize honors ‘original thinking’ on ‘contemporary societal issues.’
The Cambridge, Harvard, and Princeton university presses and Simon & Schuster published the 2024 PROSE Excellence Awards.
Cambridge University Press reports that 400 of its journals offer open-access options to publishers; 66 with fully open access and 340 hybrid.
Taking time to honor progress–and point to the need for more–England’s BookTrust reflects on diversity’s place in kids’ reading.
Produced between 1930 and 1973, Cambridge University Press’ Christmas gift books were testaments to the company’s capabilities.
Using the Oslo-based ‘Ludenso Studio’ platform, Cambridge expects to enhance its textbooks with increased value in imagery and other assets.
In a Copyright Clearance Center discussion, two scholarly publishing experts share experiences with open access transformation. (Sponsored)