The second installment of IPA's reports on licensing practices in a global digital market for education and research focuses on educational publishing. It has been drafted by Graham Taylor who brings nearly 50 years of publishing industry experience to this detailed review of the sector and how different publishers and goverments are adopting digital resources.
You can download the full chapter, Educational Publishing in the Digital Era here.
This paper forms part of a broader overview of licensing across the publishing landscape. Forthcoming papers will be published in 2019 and early 2020 ahead of the International Publishers Congress being held in Lillehammer, Norway from 28-30 May 2020. IPA is grateful for the valuable contributions from all those involved. A special thank you to the expert authors, IPA members, IFRRO, CMOs, the members of the advisory board and, last but not least, to Kopinor for their expertise and financial support which has made this possible.