#64 – Is there such a thing as a traditional publisher?
Who owns innovation? And why is the word publisher naughty?
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‘We are traditional publishers in that we publish traditional books, but…we’ve been innovating for ten 15 years. We’ve invested significant amounts of money, our money, not investor money.’
‘I would like to explore whether edtech in and of itself needs to be innovative in terms of what it does and in terms of the needs its serving, for its own sake.’
‘It’s not about textbooks anymore its about helping students to reach their potential’
Experience would say that it’s still worth putting things in the post to teachers.
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