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OUP announces new branding; aims to make learning more accessible through technology -

The Oxford University Press has launched new branding supporting its ongoing transformation to become a digital-first business and enhance its aim to make knowledge and learning more accessible through the power of technology.

OUP has been advancing knowledge and learning since its origins in the sixteenth century, producing high-quality materials and services for learners and researchers worldwide. The world is changing, and the needs of education and research are constantly evolving. It is expected that the new branding embraces this and will keep OUP at the forefront of this rapidly changing industry.

In response to the rapid changes in customer needs from the start of the pandemic, the Press enhanced its platforms and made a significant number of digital resources widely available to support teaching, learning, and research globally. These included a virtual hub of COVID-19 research, which has received 30 million views to date; virtual professional development events such as the English Language Teaching Online Conference (ELTOC), which was attended by 53,000 teachers; and updates to key online education platforms such as MyMaths, to support home educators.

As part of its commitment to leading the industry, the Press is holding an online event, Forum for Educators: Learning beyond tomorrow, on November 4, which will bring together educators and experts to explore crucial topics such as building digital literacy, the digital divide, and improving access to education.

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