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From access to impact

From access to impact

Digital content and learning is nothing new - but the pandemic has accelerated existing trends, cramming as much as a decade’s worth of digital evolution into... Read more

Disrupting class?

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

'Anxiety' revealed as children’s word of the year by OUP

'Anxiety' is this year's children's word of the year, according to research by Oxford University Press. Read more

OUP report shows disadvantaged students 'significantly affected' in pandemic

Oxford University Press (OUP) has published a global report on the digital divide in education, following the shift to online learning during the pandemic, which... Read more

OUP unveils new logo to mark digital-first shift

Oxford University Press (OUP) has launched new branding to mark its move towards becoming a digital-first business.  Read more

Chinese education changes could hit ELT divisions at UK publishers

China has announced a series of reforms for private education companies, which could impact English Language Teaching (ELT) divisions at UK publishers. ... Read more

OUP turnover falls as pandemic hits

Oxford University Press recorded turnover of £754.5m in the 12 months to the end of March 2021, a 10.7% decrease on the previous year (£844.9m) and a decline of 8.6%... Read more

Subscription service The Bear Can Read partners with OUP

Subscription reading service The Bear Can Read is partnering with Oxford University Press to help support children to learn to read at home. ... Read more

OUP snaps up sequel to Naomi and James Jones' picture book

Oxford University Press has snapped up a sequel to husband and wife team Naomi and James Jones' picture book The Perfect Fit (OUP).... Read more

OUP to close Oxuniprint in August with loss of 20 jobs

Oxford University Press (OUP) is to close its subsidiary Oxuniprint in August with the loss of 20 jobs.  Read more

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