The 23rd edition of the Beijing International Book Fair (BIBF) kicked off on Wednesday with more than 300,000 titles on display, 1,379 overseas exhibitors, and 16 Central and Eastern European countries as guests of honor.
Facebook will no longer employ humans to write descriptions for items in its Trending section, which attracted controversy over allegations of political bias in May. Topics appearing in the Trending section will now appear solely as a short phrase or single word, with an indication of the number of people discussing it on the social network. Quartz confirmed from multiple source
College bookstores have never had it worse. Amazon, eCampus, and MBS Direct are coming at them with virtual bookstore offerings while at the same time students are shifting their purchases online. So what's a college bookstore to do? Some, like Jayhawk Bookstore in Lawrence Kansas, are shutting down, but others are adapting to the new reality. They're cutting their costs, offering deliveries, matching prices, and offering new services. The campus bookstore at the University of Northeastern Oklahoma, for example, is now price-matching with its online competitors. This bookstore is run by B&N Education, which adopting a price-matching policy last year, but it's not clear what else it is doing to become more competitive. Independent college bookstores, on the other hand, are doing a lot more. The UNM bookstore in New Mexico, for example, has found new suppliers to replace the usual distributors which serve college bookstores, and it has reportedly cut the average price of a textbook from $88 to $69 per book. “Before there were standard margins in the college bookstore industry,” bookstore director Carrie Mitchell said. “We have thrown those out and now look at what is a more competitive price, whenever we are able. We also source from more market place vendors than before.” That bookstore also offers [...]
The Chinese journals market is experiencing a huge shift to digital, while more English-language journals are being produced by Chinese publishers and Chinese researchers are beginning to make a deeper impact abroad, according to a report.
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