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Publishing staff visit China

image Sue, Adrian and Angus visited Beijing in September. They attended two different publishing conferences and then spent time at the 5th Beijing International Book Fair. They were able to meet with a wide range of people: publishers, alumni and future students. One of the purposes of the trip was to launch the new Postgraduate Certificate in Publishing which is being delivered as a summer school for Chinese students. An extremely well attended seminar was held at the fair to launch this programme. Further web site info More photos here

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International Summer School in Publishing - 2005

A new section of the web site has been added to the Publishing department; The International Summer School in Publishing will be running for Chinese students in 2005. See further details of the Summer School here.

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British Book Design and Production Awards Shortlist

The judging for the British Book Design and Production Awards 04 has now been completed and the following entrants have been shortlisted. The standard was extremely high and the judges had to make some difficult choices. The list of finalists can be found here. The winners of each category will be announced at the Awards Dinner at The Brewery on 9 November and to ensure your place at the dinner please download the ticket application form from [url=http://www.britishprint.com]http://www.britishprint.com[/url] or contact Sheila Branch at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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Electronic Publishing Prizes

Harcourt Education, a publishing company with local offices in Oxford, have been involved with the MA electronic publishing module for the third year running. Small teams of students have developed new electronic prototype products based on Harcourt’s Heinemann secondary school books. At the end of the module the prototype websites were presented and in addition to each one being graded as normal, representatives from Harcourt were in attendance to choose first and second prize winners.

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A Winning Dissertation

Cristina Garcia Kilroy, Publishing MA student, has won the Sue Thomson Foundation award for her dissertation 'How effectively are UK Trade Publishers using Internet Marketing?' . She wins £250 and two days of training at the Publishing Training Centre.

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China Visit

Sue Pandit and Paul Richardson have just returned from a two-week visit to China where they visited a number of universities, publishing houses and publishing organisations. They also participated in Oxford Brookes first graduation ceremony in China at which three MA Publishing students received their awards from the Vice Chancellor Graham Upton. Both Sue and Paul gave a number of lectures and ran seminar discussion sessions with students and publishers. Sue's lecture to 80 undergraduate and postgraduate students at Peking University is featured on their news website at ennews.pku.edu.cn

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Latest issue of Research Achievements now online

The seventh issue of the Research Achievements bulletin is now online, giving an overview of the research activities ongoing in the School. To view the bulletin follow the links from the School’s home page.

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Publishing student’s research featured in Bookseller

In her Bookworm on the Net column in the The Bookseller (28th May 2004) Anne Weale praises Andrew Morgan's dissertation on publishers' websites. Andrew, a final year student of Publishing and Computing at Oxford Brookes University, shared his research with Weale and with Anna Rafferty at Penguin. "Having spent several evenings studying it," writes Weale "I believe that the publishers of the 10 sites he has analysed would do well to ask him for a copy."

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Research Studentship in English is available

The School of Arts and Humanities invites applications from UK or EU students for a full-time research studentship in English. Further details here

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New Product Development - Demonstrating all the publishing skills

image image Both undergraduate and postgraduate publishing students are busy preparing and presenting new products as part of their final term's work at Oxford Brookes. These role-play exercises bring together all of the skills and knowledge learnt throughout the course, and reinforce the team working skills so vital for a career in publishing.

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