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Oxford University Press joins forces with PAW Patrol™ to inspire English learning from as young as three
Oxford University Press (OUP) and Nickelodeon today launch 20 new books for children learning English as a foreign language globally, offering fun and action-packed adventures with much loved PAW Patrol characters, just as the series hits the big screen this week. PAW Patrol airs on Nickelodeon and is produced by Spin Master Entertainment.
With PAW Patrol: The Movie set to capture the attention
Adaptive nature of Oxford Test of English praised in independent report
A new, independent evaluation of online proficiency test, the Oxford Test of English, reveals the adaptive nature of the test ensures “that the test provides a fair test of the candidate’s competency”.
Oxford University Press collaborate with South Korea’s artificial intelligence specialist AKA AI to create AI-based English language learning materials
Oxford University Press recently signed a licensing agreement with AKA AI (hereinafter AKA), a global artificial intelligence (AI) technology and social robot specialist, to transform Oxford’s Let’s Go! learning materials using its AI technologies.
Governments must work with others if education is to be delivered effectively in the future
The Covid-19 pandemic has paved the way for a hybrid model in education, combining digital and traditional methods of teaching and learning—but governments need to act so that progress from the past year is not lost, according to the latest report from Oxford University Press (OUP), the world’s largest university press.
The report, Education: the journey towards a digital revolution, captur
Put Learners in the driving seat to prepare for future educational challenges
OUP report highlights the role of ‘agency’ in helping learners navigate today’s world.
The world’s largest online professional development conference for English language educators returns for a third year
Oxford University Press (OUP) is preparing to host 23,000 English language teachers at its English Language Teaching Online Conference (ELTOC) later this week. This is more than twice as many as attended last year’s conference, with registrants to this year’s event coming from 166 countries including places as varied as Peru, Germany, Kazakhstan, and the Cook Islands.
The three-day event, which