The Read Read exposes students to braille with a tactile board and audio pronunciation so they can learn on their own
Mini-reads delivered through WhatsApp take five minutes to consume
SVA alum and Co-Founder of Quill, Thomas Calabrese, on understanding branding through a blend of meaning, reverence and individuation
This futuristic looking writing residency provides solitude and promotes creativity
Phone provider MTN Group gave access to a vast selection of literature to anyone with a mobile device.
Wattpad lets anyone post their story, poem, or other work for review for free; over 5 million stories have already been posted.
Research shows that interactive digital literature may prove harmful to a child's literary education.
826 National is a unique education chain based on a model of innovation and imagination, and encourages students to 'be as weird as they want to be.'
One of Mexico City's largest book retailers has partnered with the transportation authority to place excerpts from a Kafka story in 13 of the city's subway stations.
Ed Cotton asks us to consider learning coding as a new language. As our lives become more invested in the internet and computers, there is no doubt that knowing coding will provide us with more opportunities in the job market.
In the latest Monocle column we learn how thriving independent bookstores in the Mississippi area, belie some of the lowest literacy rates in the United States.
PSFK interviews the Toronto-based founder of Kalimat Magazine, Danah Abdulla.