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Cambridge University Press at London Book Fair 2018
Cambridge University Press will be attending the London Book Fair from 10-12 April, 2018. Visit us in the National Hall, stand 7G20.
Now in its 47th year, the London Book Fair is the global marketplace for rights negotiation and the sale and distribution of content across print, audio, TV, film and digital channels. Around 25,000 publishing professionals from 118 countries attend the event each year.
Insights Seminar Programme
This year, the Press will be hosting two panel discussions at the fair. ‘Academic Research: how free should it be?’ chaired by Matthew Day, Head of Open and Data Publishing at the Press, will investigate how researchers, funders and other organisations are forging a world in which academic content is increasingly free to readers and how publishers are adapting to the various challenges and opportunities that this presents. The panel discussion will take place on Tuesday, 10 April, 4-5pm in The Faculty.
‘Author Centricity: How is author experience shaping the scholarly communications landscape?’, taking place on Wednesday, 11 April, 10-11am in The Faculty, will explore how the development of new tools, services and partnerships helps in delivering an excellent author experience. Panellists will demonstrate how they are adapting to meet the ever-evolving needs of authors through research and the implementation of new initiatives.
Kaya Spencer, Communications and Community Assistant and former Apprentice at the Press, will be part of the Publishers Association panel ‘Social Mobility, Apprenticeships and Broadening the Talent Search for UK Publishing’ on Wednesday, 11 April, 11:30 to 12:30 in the Olympia Room, Grand Hall.
Matthew Day will also be speaking as part of a panel titled ‘Collaboration & Community: The Transition to Open Access’ which will assess the state of OA today and lay out a vision for a sustainable and integrated publishing workflow solution that minimizes costs, promotes transparency and supports a range of business models. This will take place on Tuesday 10th April 11:30 - 12:30 in The Faculty.
Showcasing New Press Titles & Digital Platforms
The Press will be exhibiting a range of brand new titles including Nine Dots Prize winner James Williams’ forthcoming new book ‘Stand out of our Light’, to be published in May.
Follow us on Twitter @CambridgeUP to stay up to date with our activities during the fair.
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