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Seven reasons for Schools to consider Digital Magazines

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We are now at a stage in our history where the vast majority of students are digital natives and find their information online. Technology continues to evolve at a rapid rate and education must evolve with it by developing new learning strategies and embracing new resources. Social media and the torrent of unreliable sources threaten to cloud the ability of young people to discern between true and false information.

It is well-known that many magazines provide an excellent … Keep Reading

Archive Flashbacks – Week Six

Welcome to the sixth week of archive flashbacks! This week we bring you a glimpse into how robots could transform our daily lives from Foreign Affairs, a fascinating article from The Musical Times analysing Beethoven’s Ninth and Andy Ridgeway shows us the hidden power of our brains in BBC Science Focus.

Foreign Affairs — July/August 2015

The Robots Are Coming

In this article, Daniela Rus explores how technological breakthroughs will transform everyday life and analyses the challenges that may arise as … Keep Reading

Exact Editions launches additional Warners titles

Three new titles published by Warners have recently been launched on the Exact Editions platform, joining a further three titles that were added last year.

Warners Group Publications, established in 1988, specialises in niche and hobby titles. The new titles available offer in-depth study of particular subjects and concentrate on specific activities for the subject enthusiasts. Publishing monthly, each title offers advice from experts, latest news and reviews, and step-by-step projects.

The following titles have joined Exact Editions

British Railway ModellingKeep Reading

The Lasting Effects of Institutional Sales

At Exact Editions, we specialise in assisting publishers with breaking into the institutional market. In recent years, we have proved that there is a broad and exciting landscape for academically relevant magazines to explore. Selling site-wide subscriptions to universities, research institutions and corporations opens up a path for increasing annual revenue.

Additional revenue aside, the institutional market represents a real opportunity to establish a new, young readership that will be responsible for the future longevity of the magazine. Students who … Keep Reading

Archive Flashbacks – Week Five

It’s the fifth week of archive flashbacks! This week we bring you a political article on the 2019 election in Nigeria from African Business, a selection of poems written by Anjuli Raza Kolb from Fence magazine and a flashback to 1939 and the beginning of World War II from the extensive archive of The Tablet.

African Business — February 2019

Buhari Vs Abubakar

David Thomas examines Africa’s largest economy as they prepare to elect their next president. With unemployment soaring and GDP … Keep Reading

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