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Suzanne kavanagh skillset syp oxford presentation
Suzanne kavanagh skillset syp oxford presentation
Suzanne kavanagh skillset syp oxford presentation
Suzanne kavanagh skillset syp oxford presentation
Suzanne kavanagh skillset syp oxford presentation
Suzanne kavanagh skillset syp oxford presentation
Suzanne kavanagh skillset syp oxford presentation
Suzanne kavanagh skillset syp oxford presentation
Suzanne kavanagh skillset syp oxford presentation
Suzanne kavanagh skillset syp oxford presentation
Suzanne kavanagh skillset syp oxford presentation
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Suzanne kavanagh skillset syp oxford presentation

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The slides from the Society of Young Publishers Milkround event at Oxford Brookes MA Publishing Studies, Thursday 28 October, 2010

The slides from the Society of Young Publishers Milkround event at Oxford Brookes MA Publishing Studies, Thursday 28 October, 2010

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  • It's interesting that we still seperate book publishing from journals. With the evolution of ebooks catching up with ejournals (although we no longer have a need to call them 'e') isn't it time, within academic publishing, we view everything as content? I would be much more likely to hire someone who has this view rather than seeing publishing as a set of silos. Academics no longer search this way, so why should we continue to publish in such a regimented fashion?
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  • Communication skills
    Literacy and numeracy skills
    General office and computer skills
    Problem solving
    Research and study skills
    Team working
    Technical and digital skills/awareness
    Project management
    Positive attitude
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    • 1. SYP Oxford talk 30/09/10
    • 2. Skillset
    • 3. The Industry: demand Number of People Working in Publishing News agencies, 7,642, 4% Other publishing, 35,098, 19% Other information service activities n.e.c, 8,926, 5% Book publishing, 33,828, 19% Directories and mailing lists, 2,860, 2% Newspaper publishing, 50,651, 28% Journals and periodicals, 41,400, 23% Book publishing Directories and mailing lists Newspaper publishing Journals and periodicals Other publishing News agencies Other information service activities n.e.c Source: Labour Force Survey (April 2009 to March 2010)
    • 4. The industry: demand Changes in Size of Publishing Workforce 0 50,000 100,000 150,000 200,000 250,000 AllPublishing Book publishing Directories and m ailing lists Newspaperpublishing Journals and periodicals O therpublishing News agencies O therinform ation service acti... April 2009 to March 2010 2005-2007 quarterly average Source: Labour Force Survey
    • 5. The industry: supply Number of Publishing Studies Students in the UK -500 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 1999/2000 2000/2001 2001/2002 2002/2003 2003/2004 2004/2005 2005/2006 2006/2007 2007/2008 2008/2009 Total HE students FT UGs FT PGs PT UGs PT PGs Source: Higher Education Statistics Agency
    • 6. What skills do you need?
    • 7. What else? Online presence
    • 8. Continuing professional development
    • 9. Network, network, network • SYP • Conferences • Events • Tweet-ups
    • 10. How can Skillset help?
    • 11. How can Skillset help you? • Information on publishing http://www.skillset.org/publishing/ www.blog.skillset.org • Get in touch: – suzannek@skillset.org – @sashers

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