Iranian research institute activities at FBF reviewed

Publish Date : Tuesday 17 October 2017 - 21:24
IBNA– Representatives of the Iranian Institute of Social and Cultural Studies at Frankfurt International Fair discussed with other experts and publishers at the event on copyright issues and print industry.
According to IBNA correspondent, quoting from public relations department of the Institute of Social and Cultural Studies affiliated to the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology, on the first day of the fair, the representative of the Cambridge Press Ms. Robin Bossley talked about issues related to the ways of exchanging copyright, collaborative studies in joint fields, online and offline offer of the contents published by University of Cambridge, scientific journals and joint publication of works.
Also, in a meeting with the Director of the Editorial Department of Duke University in the United States Ken Wissoker and the editorial representatives at Fordham, Illinois, Indiana, McGill, Nebraska, New York, Ohio, Stanford, Temple, Texas, Washington, UBC and Pennsylvania universities, copyright exchange and academic cooperation were discussed.
Faculty members at the Malaysian University of Science also discussed ways of developing and studying higher education and organizing joint workshops.
In addition, representatives from the Iranian institute participated in the introduction of the Cambridge University Publishing & Distribution Platform and examined its utility for academic publications in Iran.
On the second day of the Frankfurt Book Fair, representatives of the institute met with the representatives of the Australian Publishing House of ITF, Rowman Publishing and London's Littlefield International, the University of Belgrade, the academic publishers from the Universities of Nebraska and North Carolina, and the University of Ottawa, and held two meetings with French academic publishers as well the personnel of Iran’s stand in the event.
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