The latest survey results from France’s publishers cites respondents saying they’ve read more during the market’s two lockdowns, younger readers taking the lead.
A new survey from French book publishers indicates that users in lockdown were more interested in reading and adopted more digital formats.
Speakers at the debut Frankfurt Academic Conference, held online, examined how the coronavirus pandemic and open access are influencing academic publishing.
The two-day Frankfurt Academic Conference program looks at how publishers and libraries are managing open access and the pandemic.
The new arrangement with the European Investment Bank in Luxembourg already comprises almost 60 reports on the Knowledge Unlatched platform.
In a Charleston Library Conference session at the Frankfurt Book Fair, the discussion centered on the changes brought by open access for academic libraries, researchers, and publishers.
The Sharjah World Book Capital Office and Sharjah Book Authority are providing new grants to support Lebanese publishers and book fairs.
As parts of Beirut struggle to rebuild after the August 4 explosion, the Sharjah World Book Capital Office has stepped in to help restore three damaged libraries.
Saying that the Internet Archive operates ‘the digital equivalent of traditional library lending,’ the nonprofit answers a test of Controlled Digital Lending.
The ongoing implementation of Beijing’s new national security law in Hong Kong reportedly includes the removal of published content.