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  • Fighting Digital Crime

    Advances in technology and the near-ubiquity of internet access have meant that more and more criminals are turning to online fraud. The UK government has just drafted some new......Read More

  • Implications of latest statistical report from America on e-books for library lending ….

    The Association of American Publishers recently released its latest data report which reveals that in the first three months of 2017 e-book sales dropped 7.5% from the same......Read More

  • … However, an opposite view from the UK suggests that e-lending won’t destroy e-book sales

    The Guardian has reported on the results of the pilot project which followed William Sieghart’s 2017 review of public libraries. Sieghart said that the libraries should be able to......Read More

  • Meanwhile, in China

    China's e-book revenues have grown from 150 million yuan (24.5 million U.S. dollars) in 2006 to 4.5 billion yuan in 2014 showing an increase of 20.5 percent annually since......Read More

  • Books on the Move Award

    The Publishers Association and IC Tomorrows Contest Group have jointly sponsored an innovation award that has been motivated by a recent YouGov survey that suggests that more than four......Read More

  • Back to School

    The new UK primary school curriculum obliges computer coding to be taught from September but many teachers say that they haven't received sufficient training to be... to teach it properly.

    A survey undertaken by Ocado Technology suggests that as many as 130,000 teachers feel they need more support. Ocado has launched some resources to help, under the name Code for Life, while BT is supporting an initiative called Barefoot Computing and Microsoft is also offering help. There are some opportunities here for publishers to produce teaching guides and manuals in ebook format, perhaps? More about this may be found at here

    Meanwhile, a recent report in The Guardian says that sixth-formers taking A-level Sociology are to study topics such as social media, the culture of selfies, online safety and how to maintain privacy on the internet. The topics are part of a new course drawn up by OCR, one of England's biggest exam boards, which said that the subject should not be seen as a soft option. For the whole of The Guardian article, click here

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  • Managing Copyright in the Digital Information Landscape

    "We are entering a new age of collaboration between publishers and libraries" said Anthony Cond Managing Director of Liverpool University Press keynote speaker at the breakfast seminar which was......Read More



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