Seonaid Macleod

Publishing: more than you ever imagined

By Seonaid MacLeod

The UK Publishers Association has launched a new campaign, #WorkInPublishing to change perceptions about publishing as a career option for 16+ students, especially those from under-represented backgrounds.  Publishers are very conscious that the industry needs to attract a wider range … Continue reading

Enrico Turrin

Publishing and technology in the digital world at Liber 2015

By Enrico Turrin

The seminar “Edición y tecnología en el mundo digital: el proyecto TISP” was organised on October 7 by the Spanish Publishers Association to present the TISP project and provide an update on its progress, with the involvement of the Spanish … Continue reading

Enrico Turrin

Money for innovation: how the European Commission promotes growth for creative industries

By Enrico Turrin and Anna Lionetti

Once again this year TISP participated in the Frankfurt Book Fair, showing the active commitment of the consortium in creating synergies between the publishing and ICT industries and in enabling sound conditions for such synergies: the workshop “Money for innovation: … Continue reading

Linda Bennett

Insights from the ALPSP International Conference

By Linda Bennett

ALPSP CEO Audrey McCulloch welcomed representatives from sixteen countries at this year’s ALPSP (Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers) International Conference (the eighth), held at the Park Inn, Heathrow, 9-11 September. Delegates also included members from other trade associations, … Continue reading

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School as a Service, Cloud Technology for Interactive Learning

EDUCLOUD means streamed content agnostic to formats and OS, interdisciplinary 3D serious games built by teachers and using local history, a content store providing Blended Learning from multiple media (e.g. XML, EPUB, PDF, MPG), a semantic push-pull search engine. For … Continue reading

Frederike Freundt

Tolino: the continuing success story of digital reading

By Frederike Freundt

In early 2013 a unique alliance was formed in the German e-book market: under the brand of tolino, the largest German book retailers (Hugendubel, Thalia, Weltbild, Der Club) together with Deutsche Telekom AG (DTAG) as technology and innovation partner joined … Continue reading