Gamification asks readers to solve problems, find clues, and achieve goals, but what happens to the reader who fails at these tasks?
The Yale Publishing Course attracted 65 publishers from 18 countries. Bodour Al Qasimi, a children’s book publisher from the UAE, shares four key takeaways.
Over 700 students from 27 countries took part in the Great Books Summer Program, where they connected themes of the great novels to deeper global issues.
This week Brazil’s publishing industry gathered to discuss the opportunities and pitfalls of digital.
Salwa Shakhshir discusses the fourth and final day of publishers training in Abu Dhabi, which today covered branding, promoting reading and e-books.
Salwa Shakhshir, a children’s publisher from Jordan, on her third day of publishers training in Abu Dhabi, covers organizational restructuring.
Michael Ross of Encyclopaedia Britannica believes that mobile is one of the most important distribution channels for publishers of educational material.
Day two of this year’s professional training courses for publishers on the campus of NYU Abu Dhabi, documented by Salwa Shakhshir, covered bestsellers, e-books.
Several times a year KITAB, the organization behind the Abu Dhabi International Book Fair, and the Center for Publishing at New York University’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies, hold professional training courses for publishers on the campus of NYU Abu Dhabi. Last year Salwa Shakhshir of Al Salwa Books, a children’s book publisher from Amman, Jordan, blogged about the event …
By Rachel Aydt Wednesday at noon, on the Uptown Stage, four YA authors gathered to discuss their new book project Dear Bully, a spirited anthology that has gathered some of the industries best to crack open the shame and hurt of being bullied—and bullying. The panelists were Ellen Hopkins, Lisa McCann, Megan Kelley Hall, and Mary Rose Wood. To whet …