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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 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

OUP lands BBC Sports reporter’s debut children’s novel in two-book deal

Oxford University Press has snapped up the stand-alone debut children’s novel from BBC Sports reporter Joe Wilson. Read more

Seventh university presses convention seeks to build on sector’s broad appeal

Occupying a unique place in the publishing ecosystem, many university presses are achieving crossover hits. But balancing that with their bread and butter can be... Read more

OUP signs Naomi and James Jones' debut picture book in five-figure deal

Oxford University Press has signed husband-and-wife team Naomi and James Jones' debut picture book in a five-figure deal.  Read more

OUP signs environmental picture books

Oxford University Press has snapped up two picture books exploring the environment and the importance of making a stand. Read more

OUP investigates possible update to definition of 'woman'

Oxford University Press editors are investigating a possible update to its definition of "woman", after an online petition, which has almost 30,000 signatures, branded the definitions used... Read more

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