University Press Week

Day #4: Managing law titles In the latest of our University Press Week...


University Press Week

Day #3: The Pleasures of a Long Project In the latest of our University...


University Press Week

Day #2: The Team Leader In the latest of our University Press Week posts,...


Newgen's Eco-Tree Project

Everyone at Newgen is proud of our corporate social responsibility programs....


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Digital Accessibility

“The power of the Web is in its universality. Access by everyone regardless of...


Welcome to Newgen Publishing UK

We are delighted to announce that Newgen KnowledgeWorks have acquired a majority...


University Press Redux, 2018

We are delighted to announce Out of House Publishing as an official sponsor to...


SSP Annual Meeting, Boston

Out Of House Publishing will be exhibiting at the annual meeting of the Society...


SYP Conference 2016

The 2016 SYP annual conference took place on 26th November and I was chuffed to...


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Quality through digital first

In their annual digital publishing survey Data Conversional Laboratory, Inc. and...


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Focus on Modern Foreign Languages

Each academic subject in educational publishing has its own particular features,...


Frankfurter Buchmesse 2016

It was great to be back in the enormous halls of the Frankfurt Book Fair again...


Looking ahead to LBF 2016

It’s that time of year again, when publishers and other industry experts from...


Frankfurt 2015 – A Global City of Ideas

Mid-October in the publishing calendar can only mean one thing: the Frankfurt...


Everything you need to know from the IPG Spring Conference

Earlier this month, the Independent Publishers’ Guild...


The rights and permissions machine

Behind much of the colourful, compelling content we consume on a daily basis,...


Education publishing in 2015 – top 7 trends

At the beginning of the year, we love nothing more than to indulge in a bit of...


HTML5 – the language of 21st-century publishing

HTML, the mark-up language that’s used to create websites, might be 20 years...