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Global study reveals that learners worldwide see COVID-19 as a major turning point for modern education with online learning as a lasting legacy from the pandemic -

Pearson, the world's learning company, has released the results of its second Global Learner Survey, an annual study capturing the voice of learners worldwide. The findings show learners believe there is little likelihood of ever returning to the pre-COVID world of fully in-person work and learning,… Read More

AAP StatShot Annual Report: Book publishing revenues up slightly to $25.93 billion in 2019 -

The Association of American Publishers (AAP) has released the StatShot Annual report for Calendar Year 2019, estimating that the U.S. book publishing industry generated $25.93 billion in annual revenue, up by 1.1% as compared to 2018. In terms of units the report estimates that 2.76 billion… Read More

ResearchAndMarkets adds Open Access Journal Publishing 2020-2024 report to its offering -

The Open Access Journal Publishing 2020-2024 report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. In today's global market, it is more important than ever to understand the changing dynamics of scholarly and professional publishing. Growth plan for 2020 and beyond can be… Read More

Digital focus and strong sales help Cambridge University Press face the pandemic -

A strong performance has helped Cambridge University Press to secure an increase in sales during the last year, despite the impact of the global pandemic. As the Press’s newly-published annual report for 2019/20 shows, nearly 11 months of strong growth were interrupted by the impact… Read More

Digital driving 2019 growth in academic publishing -

2019 saw the invoiced value of combined UK publisher sales of academic and professional books and journals rise by 1.3%, to nearly £3.3bn – 25.8% higher than in 2015. Digital is driving this growth in academic publishing, with a 4.2% rise in digital sales revenue in 2019 slightly outweighing… Read More

COVID-19 to accelerate transition to OA publishing, says new Simba report -

As the world grapples with a pandemic that has brought death and economic devastation, the crisis has not only demonstrated the value of open access (OA) to research articles, but also the need for a larger open infrastructure to share methodology, data and results more broadly. This is according to… Read More

Emerald unveils new global inclusivity report -

A global study by Emerald Publishing highlights the barriers preventing inclusivity in society, the role of research in helping to solve these issues, and systemic issues within the academic research sector. The survey, undertaken just prior to the pandemic’s spread to western countries, gathers the… Read More

Survey results provide insights into Open Education among European Higher Education Libraries -

SPARC Europe has released ‘Open Education in European Libraries of Higher Education’ — an in-depth report on the findings from a recent survey that was designed to help glean insights into the current OE landscape within higher education institutions and their libraries. The intent of this… Read More

Scientific research papers on Covid-19 downloaded over 150 million times -

Scientific research papers on Covid-19 have been downloaded more than 150 million times since the international publishing community provided free access to tens of thousands of articles. Publishers across the world collaborated to release in excess of 50,000 research papers, says the International Association of Scientific,… Read More

New report examines online learners as higher education considers its future -

Wiley Education Services, part of John Wiley and Sons Inc., has released its annual report in partnership with Aslanian Market Research, a division of EducationDynamics, sharing insights about the priorities and considerations of online learners, which may inform higher education’s recovery efforts following the fallout of… Read More


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