The date for our next meeting is Thursday 4 September 2014, 11am, at University College London. All members have been advised, but if any Higher Education institution, organisation, or professional individual is interested in the aims of APE, and wishes to attend, or enquire about membership, please contact the Secretary.
We are very pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 APE Dissertation Prize.
Best Dissertation: Natalie Bradley, UCL
Best Project: Gladys Famoriyo, Anglia Ruskin
Highly commended: ( 1) Victoria Lawrence, BA student, Loughborough (2) Alex Hambis, Oxford Brookes
The competition is run by the Association for Publishing Education (APE) with support from the Publishers Training Centre (PTC) and the Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers. It is open to APE members (universities teaching Publishing) and is judged by experts in the Publishing industry. Winners receive cash prizes and PTC training.
The high standard of all the entries is testament to the vibrant teaching, research and development taking place within Publishing programmes at APE universities – such excellence in Publishing education is, we would argue, now absolutely central to the industry’s future.
Congratulations to the winners and many thanks to everyone who participated.
As part of an exciting new initiative, articles from students at APE Universities will be featuring in The Bookseller. The 2014 calendar is as follows:
- Jan – UCL
- Feb – ARU
- March – UCLAN
- April – Kingston
- May – Loughborough
- June – Edinburgh Napier
- July – Stirling
- August – Plymouth
- Sept – LCC
- Oct – Oxford Brookes
- Nov – Bath Spa
- Dec – City
Read all the articles here: http://www.thebookseller.com/category/tags/student-blog
By the Book: the book and the study of its digital transformation
Publishing Studies Conference
Villa Finaly, Florence, Italy
Friday 23 to Saturday 24 May 2014
This two-day conference brings together scholars from the field of publishing studies to examine key issues around the digital transformation of the book, as well as to discuss the developing field of publishing studies.
This is the first conference to bring together researchers and teachers of publishing studies from all parts of Europe and aims to be the first in a series of such meetings. Also welcome are industry practitioners who wish to contribute to the debates.
Benoȋt Berthou, University of Paris 13 (LABSIC) • Ernst-Peter Biesalski, HTWK, Leipzig • Alberto Cadioli, University of Milan • Pascal Durand, University of Liège • Miha Kovač, University of Ljubljana • Angus Phillips, Oxford Brookes University (Oxford International Centre for Publishing Studies) • Adriaan van der Weel, University of Leiden
Association for Publishing Education • Brill • Federation of European Publishers