Gino Roncaglia on virtual reality, data animation and the future of storytelling

Gino Roncaglia is a writer and lecturer on the intersection between technology, education and books. We spoke to him about how learning resources are being digitally transformed.

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What Works? 2014 report

Entitled 'What Works? Policies, Resources & Technologies for International Educational Success' the conference was universally praised.

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Hungary nationalizes schoolbook market, spelling ruin for educational publishers

Hungary's Parliament has adopted a law to nationalize the school textbook market. From 1st September 2014, a state-owned body will create and publish school books which will be provided free of charge to primary schools. Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government justified the move by claiming that the current system has allowed publishers to generate huge profits through over-supplying schools with textbooks. From now on, only two books will be available per subject and class.

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Free Content Comes at a High Price - IPA Raises Questions about Open Educational Resources

The International Publishers Association (IPA) has published a policy paper outlining the publishing industry perspective on Open Educational Resources (OER).

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What Works? 2013 report

IPA organised its first ever international education conference in conjunction with the London Book Fair, on 17 April 2013.

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IPA president: our members' collective voice now carries further than ever before

IPA President Michiel Kolman told a seminar at London Book Fair that Chinese publishing’s inclusion in the IPA had ‘marked an important expansion’, meaning that the IPA membership's 'collective voice today carries further and speaks for more publishers than ever before'.

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