Taking up the patronage held by the late Duke of Edinburgh, Camilla now advocates for Book Aid International’s work of providing access to books.
International Women’s Day: Côte d’Ivoire has a library centered on literature written by African and Black women.
Rebuilt by the UN Development Fund, the new University of Mosul central library has an inventory provided in part by Book Aid International.
The Association of American Publishers has a court date on February 7 in its high-profile lawsuit of Maryland’s new library lending act.
As the pandemic raises ‘science literacy’ worldwide, Jay Flynn says Wiley is rushing to enable research stakeholders in a changing business.
Digital acceleration: Growth outlined in Edinburgh University Press’ annual report includes a 49-percent gain in ebook sales, year over year.
The Association of American Publishers finds international backing for its lawsuit of Maryland’s new library digital book licensing law.
ECOFIN’S adoption of a new allowance for VAT reductions means EU member-states have an option to lower taxation on books and more.
Urban revitalization efforts and funding opportunities for publishers are encouraged by the Börsenverein as the country’s political parties debate initiatives.
PLOS’ Niamh O’Connor tells CCC’s Christopher Kenneally that in open access, ‘We need to keep asking ourselves open for whom?’