Having recently completed her major project, Kalpana Sharma tells us about her internship in ELT Data Management at Cambridge University Press. I had a six-week internship in ELT Data Management at Cambridge University Press (CUP), and worked as part of the Knowledge Management Team. The Knowledge Management Team is responsible for providing efficient, reliable and
This category looks at a broad range of topics that focus on academic publishing.
With our close links to Cambridge University Press, many of our students are highly interested by academic publishing and its close neighbours, Education, STM and Professional publishing.
With Universities charging higher prices for degrees, Pearson is bringing some hope to the less well off with its innovative degree scheme. Current student, Kalpana Sharma takes us through some of the positive outcomes. The future educational aspirations of the young generation may have just received a surprising boost with the news that one of
In her recent article published in the ‘journal of the world publishing community’, Logos, our Course Leader Dr. Leah Tether questions whether there might be more links between medieval and digital reading cultures than first meets the eye. Leah’s article, entitled, Mise en page, mise en écran: What medieval ‘publishing’ practices can tell us about
Victoria Parrin undertook a month-long placement within Cambridge University Press’ Academic Marketing department; the first student to do so. Here she recounts her time with the company and what she took from the experience. What I Got Up To My internship was within the Brand Development team, a small team of just two staff who
- 5 Reasons to study an MA in Publishing 19 January, 2016
- Internship diary: A Few Days in Rights 4 November, 2015
- A Life in a Day: The Producer’s Tale 29 October, 2015
- Internship Diary: ELT Data Management at Cambridge University Press 8 July, 2015
- Manuscript to Print = Print to Digital? 29 June, 2015
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