Oxford University Press

Oxford University Press

The world's largest university press

At Oxford University Press, everything we do furthers the University of Oxford’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. From a child reading their first words to a researcher expanding the frontiers of their field—our work helps individuals—and society as a whole—to progress. Because when we know more, we can solve new problems and explore new opportunities.

With more than 5,000 people around the world, we are the world’s largest university press with the widest global presence. Our products are sold in around 200 countries and regions, and in more than 85 languages. We are familiar to millions through our diverse publishing programme, which includes scholarly works in all academic disciplines, bibles, music, school and college textbooks, children's books, materials for teaching English as a foreign language, business books, dictionaries and reference books, and academic journals.

Throughout our 500-year history, we have constantly evolved to find new and better ways to make our work accessible, so we can continue to help people achieve their potential.

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Luke Sweetman, Head of Global Partnerships luke.sweetman@oup.com

Claudia Bickford-Smith, Director of Education Services claudia.bickford-smith@oup.com

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Addressing the Deepening Digital Divide

We gathered the views of 1,557 school and English language teachers from across 92 countries to explore the digital divide in education following the shift to digital learning during the pandemic. Our report identified the barriers to effective teaching and learning, as well as the impact of the divide on learners’ long-term development.

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Education: The journey towards a digital revolution

Drawing on insights from our internal experts in 7 countries—the UK, Brazil, South Africa, Pakistan, India, Spain, and Turkey—we analyzed how teachers, students, and parents adapted during the pandemic to new ways of delivering education, and developed clear recommendations to ensure that the positive developments in education are not lost as we look towards the ‘new normal’.

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The Evolution of Science Education

At the start of 2021, teachers and experts from around the world took part in our survey to tell us what they believe is the core purpose of science education, and the direction that the future of science education is heading.

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Knowledge and learning underpin the progress we make, as individuals and as a society. When we know more, we can solve new problems and explore fresh opportunities.

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