February 2014

PROSE AWARD 2013

We are delighted that two Palgrave Macmillan books have won 2013 PROSE awards. The Bitterest Pills by Joanna Moncrieff has won the prestigious 2013 PROSE award in Psychology. We have also won the Philosophy prize, for Michael Huemer’s The Problem of Political Authority. The PROSE awards are the American Publishers Awards for Professional and Scholarly

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Teachers’ days’ 25th anniversary

Teachers’ days’ 25th anniversary

2014 is an important year for Macmillan Iberia: it has been 25 years since we organized the first Teacher Training session for English teachers. The first ones took place at Girona, Barcelona, Valencia and Coruña, all in collaboration with the British Council. Between 1989 and 1990, Teachers’ Days were also held in Madrid, Seville, and

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Life skills

Here at Macmillan Education we’re thrilled to be launching Life Skills, our first-ever cross-sector marketing campaign to show how our titles can reach further than just expanding vocabulary and grammar. A recent major survey by Adecco in the US suggested a whopping 44% of business executives believed there was a worrying soft skills shortage noted

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President’s Award 2013

Macmillan Education’s IELTS Skills app has been named winner of the English Speaking Union’s (ESU) prestigious 2013 President’s Award Each year, the coveted President’s Award, supported by HRH The Princess Royal, recognises and encourages the widespread use of technology to enhance English teaching worldwide. Lord Boateng will host the award at a ceremony in London’s

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