Bill Cope is Director of Common Ground Publishing

(See my biography page for more information).

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Latest publications:
Transformations in Language and Learning: Perspectives in Multiliteracies

The ways we make meaning are chaning. This means that literacy pedagogy has to change and with it our notion of what can be defined as literate.

Book: Print

$US30.00

Book: Electronic

$US22.50
Markets for Electronic Book Products: Emerging Markets for Books, from Creator to Consumer

Promoting an understanding of the nature of an epublishing ecology.

Book: Print

$US30.00

Book: Electronic

$US10.00
Multilingual Book Production: Technology Drivers across the Book Production Supply Chain, from Creator to Consumer

Introduces the notion of second generation digital technologies and their potential role in the global knowledge economy.

Book: Print

$US30.00

Book: Electronic

$US10.00
A Place in the Sun: Re-creating the Australian Way of Life

Published by Harper Collins. This is about the promise and difficulty of being a recently settled nation of the New World and a national that is barely a century old.

Book: Print

$US40.00
Multiliteracies: Literacy Learning and the Design of Social Futures

Published by Routledge. Multiliteracies considers the future of literacy teaching in the context of the rapidly changing English language.

Published by Routledge

$US65.00
A Short History of Meaning

Article: Electronic

$US5.00

Article: Print

$US10.00
Waiting for the Barbarians: ‘Knowledge Management’ and ‘Learning Organisations’

Article: Electronic

$US5.00

Article: Print

$US10.00
The Future of the Book in the Digital Age

With contributions from some of the world?s leading authorities, this publication considers the future of the book in the digital age.

Book: Print

$US100.00
New Media, New Learning

An exploration of the forms of new media and the possibilities for a ‘new learning’.

Article: Print

$US10.00

Article: Electronic

$US5.00
New Learning: Elements of a Science of Education

An imaginative, future-orientated exploration of contemporary education, New Learning analyses the state of education today and presents an exciting vision of what schools <i>could</i> be like.

Published by Cambridge University Press

$US60.00