ODILO, the Spanish startup tech and eBook company, will provide all children in Peru with free technology due to the horrible floods that wreaked havoc there at the end of March 2017. ODILO allows for the management, distribution, consumption, auditing, and preservation of all types of digital content (eBooks, audio, video, images, documents, etc.).
Few novels have received such warm praise from politicians, writers, critics and artists as One Hundred Years of Solitude did in the 50 years since its publication. The family epic set in the fictitious Latin American village of Macondo touched lives across the globe, having sold around 50 million copies worldwide.
The theme for this issue is REFORMA Oregon Chapter. The Guest Editor for this issue is Martin Blasco. From Martin's introduction: "REFORMA Oregon, as a chapter of the national organization and as a round table of OLA, is open to anyone who works or would like to work with Latinos, or is interested in learning about this community.”
The first report on the Spanish scholarly publishing is presented in Madrid.This study, the most complete carried out in Spain on the scholarly publishing sector, makes a global analysis of the academic edition through aspects that are directly or indirectly linked to the quality and transparency of publications.