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Oxford University Press, BookFusion to bring digital resources into classrooms

Published:Thursday | May 9, 2019 | 12:11 AM
Stacey Roberts, senior educational consultant at Oxford University Press, and Dwayne Campbell, CEO of BookFusion Ltd, discuss the collaboration between the two institutions.

Oxford University Press, a department of the University of Oxford and the global eBook platform provider, BookFusion Ltd, are pleased to announce their collaboration to deliver quality digital educational resources for the Caribbean.

The collaboration will support Caribbean schools, institutions and ministries of education looking to bring more digital into the classroom with a comprehensive range of educational resources that can be accessed across all devices anytime, anywhere.

As a leading eBook provider in the Caribbean, BookFusion Ltd works to transform education for thousands of students across the region by delivering a seamless digital learning experience. The platform currently hosts several Oxford eBooks, spanning lower secondary resources for the Caribbean, CSEC® and CAPE® titles, and the popular CXC® Study Guide series.

Increase offer

Plans are to increase this offer to cover all available resources by the end of the year, including new publishing such as Investigating Science for Jamaica Second Edition, Principles of Accounts for CSEC® Second Edition, and Information Technology for CSEC® Third Edition.

“As the leading secondary publisher in the Caribbean, we are absolutely delighted to have signed this agreement with BookFusion and to be in a position to support a local business. Adding to the list of partners in the region that we work with, it will ensure that many more students and teachers will have access to our market-leading resources across a huge range of subjects and series, including the CXC Study Guides,” said Oliver Thornton, publisher for the Caribbean at Oxford University Press.

Meanwhile, Dwayne Campbell, BookFusion CEO, says BookFusion is extremely excited to partner with Oxford University Press with the addition of its premium educational content to the platform.

To view the full range of Oxford Caribbean Education resources, go to: https://www.bookfusion.com/store/oup