A pressing and relevant topic, skilful writers and a spectacular setting in the Banff National Park – the Book Sprint to produce the forthcoming book, Techno-Precarious, was definitely one of my favourites from 2019. 10 writers from a range of ... read more
Last February, during the celebrations of the Chinese New Year, a Book Sprint took place at the National University of Singapore (NUS). A small group of academics wrote: “An Introduction to Ethics in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics” textbook. The collaborative ... read more
The handbook “Rethinking International Investment. Back to basics” was finalized last Friday with great excitement of participants. The Columbia Centre on Sustainable Investment gathered for the book Sprint talented investment law and policy experts from the African International Law Centre, ... read more
After far more post-production work than we normally do, we are happy to say we have produced a beautifully designed, Oxford-comma-excised book for Curtin University and their fellow contributors. It was great luck that we could fulfill the writers’ wishes to ... read more
The book ‘Open Knowledge Institutions: Reinventing Universities’ is currently on MIT Press’ PubPub online platform, open to a wider community for review and editing before it gets pitched to publishers. The book was written by a group of 13 authors ... read more
Book Sprints has brought us back to the place it all began – New Zealand! Yesterday we set off on what felt like an expedition from Christchurch on East Coast of the South Island, crossing the formidable Arthur’s Pass with ... read more
The marvelous “thirteen” (participants) finished the SD-Access handbook after 5 extremely productive days. The book is ready to provide to Network and IT professionals a solution to improve the design and operations of their networks and respond to today’s networking challenges ... read more
The Curtin University Book Sprint resulted in a guide for all so-called Supporters of Research Communication, a term which is yet to be embraced by all the people who do this work. This book will however be a step towards defining ... read more
On Saturday while other Berliners went to the market, or stumbled bleary-eyed out of (or into) a club, a group of Book Sprinters took over a minimalist loftspace in Kreuzberg designed for experiencing cool Berlin, to get down and nerdy. ... read more
Today we delivered the final version of the rather long-titled ‘New Practices for New Publics? Theories of social practice and the voluntary and community sector’ to our clients at the University of Brighton. This one required a bit of extra ... read more
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