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Now is the time to consider the impact of teaching and learning resources

Read our article in the Education Today magazine written by Penelope Woolf, Director of Impact at Oxford University Press (OUP)

It’s an understatement to say that the coronavirus continues to transform education. Even as we looked ahead to schools fully re-opening, we cannot truly know what education will look like in the future.

One thing we can predict, however, is the increased focus on impact. We were already seeing growing demand for evidence that educational products and services ‘work’—it’s partly why Oxford University Press set up Oxford Impact in the first place—but as schools deal with the longer-term effects of the pandemic, demonstrating impact will become more important than ever, driven in particular by three key areas.

Read the article to find out more.

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