Higher Education in the 21st Century: The View from Cambridge University Press

This webcast was recorded live on March 3, 2021.

Sponsored by Cambridge University Press

As higher education is under ever more pressure to prove its worth to society, how can libraries increase the chances of positive student outcomes and greater research output from their institutions? Cambridge University Press feels digital access to textbooks, in collections of great content combined with vital supplementary materials for teaching and learning, is the way forward. In this session, you’ll discover the vision behind the creation of the Higher Education from Cambridge University Press website, how it has been designed for ease of use in teaching and learning, and what developments lie ahead.

Speakers:

  • Ben Denne, Director of Publishing, Books, Cambridge University Press UK
  • Tristan Collier, Channel Marketing Director, Academic, Cambridge University Press UK
  • Dave Morris, Digital Projects Editor, Cambridge University Press UK

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