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Disrupting class?

Benedicte Page explores the balancing act that education publishers have on their hands as they engage with the digital transition. Read more

OUP lands LGBTQ+ picture book by Bluebird's Jodie Mullish

Oxford University Press will publish The Pirate Mums, an LGBTQ+ picture book written by Bluebird communications director Jodie Mullish. Read more

OUP agrees first Read & Publish deal in China

Oxford University Press (OUP) and the National Science Library, Chinese Academy of Sciences (NSLC) have announced a new Read & Publish agreement said to be... Read more

OUP latest to release free e-picture book about coronavirus pandemic

Oxford University Press will publish Winnie and Wilbur Stay at Home by illustrator Korky Paul today (Wednesday 13th May). Read more

OUP releases free Jon Burgerman picture book

Oxford University Press (OUP) has released a free e-picture book, Everybody Worries by author and illustrator Jon Burgerman, for children who are feeling anxious about coronavirus.... Read more

OUP makes education and home learning resources free

Oxford University Press (OUP) has made many of its flagship educational and home learning resources available for free, in order to support teachers, parents and... Read more

OUP over the Moon for Muncaster's new series

Oxford University Press (OUP) has snapped up another series by bestselling Isadora Moon creator Harriet Muncaster. Read more

OUP makes a start on its gender pay gap

The latest gender pay gap report released by Oxford University Press shows a small lessening of its median pay gap, down just under 1% to 12.5% in... Read more

OUP makes coronavirus resources free to all

Oxford University Press is making content related to the coronavirus free to access to the media and the public at large, "in an effort to... Read more

OUP becomes latest publisher to announce US Read and Publish deal

Oxford University Press has announced its first Read and Publish deal with a US institution, with Iowa State University Library. Read more

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