London Book Fair has announced its first schools program, expected to bring 80 students to the floor of the trade show this week at Olympia.
Richard Charkin on India: ‘A Million Mutinies Now’
‘The future for Indian publishing is bright,’ writes Richard Charkin, reviewing its evolution ‘from carbon paper to digital innovations.’
International Open Access Week: OUP’s Rhodri Jackson
The path to open access is varied across journals, fields of research, funding bodies, and publishers, adding to the complexity.
England’s Oxford University Press Is Migrating Its Catalogue to Its Online Platform
The move of Oxford University Content to its online portal is a bid to provide ‘streamlined access’ to the publisher’s content.
Equality, Diversity, Inclusion: UK and Irish University Presses Vow to ‘EvenUP’
Seventeen university presses have committed to a new framework to address ‘who we work with and what we publish.’
The UK’s £40,000 Wolfson History Prize: 2021 Shortlist
Jurors say their shortlist for the 2021 Wolfson History Prize reflects the modern relevance of history. Shortlisted authors are in the Hay Festival program on June 2.
Oxford University Press Puts Its Full ‘World Classics’ List Online
‘In the last year, we’ve really seen the importance of reliable digital products’ amid the constraints of the pandemic, says David Clark.
AAP and CCC End Georgia State ‘E-Reserves’ Copyright Litigation
Citing appellate court rulings that make the plaintiffs’ point, AAP and CCC decline to pursue further appeals in a 12-year-old case.
David Abulafia’s ‘Human History of the Oceans’ Wins £40,000 Wolfson Prize
‘We are living through rather more history at the present time than most of us would ideally choose to do,’ says Wolfson jury chair David Cannadine in the digital prize announcement.
Coronavirus Worklife: OUP’s Nigel Portwood on ‘Weathering the Challenges’
An international publisher, Oxford University Press is ‘managing employees and navigating markets at different stages with the crisis,’ says Nigel Portwood.