Hello, we’re Oxford University Press

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15 thoughts on “Hello, we’re Oxford University Press

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  3. Rob Parker says:

    Dear Oxford Education team,

    I really enjoy reading the blog and am very keen to submit a guest post. How can I found out more information?

    Thanks a lot, Rob

  4. SHARAD BEHAR says:

    i am joining now. looking forward to learning with the Oxford Team.

  5. Tracey says:

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  8. Mimi says:

    Hi, I would be really keen to submit a guest post – how would I be able to do this? Thanks! Mimi

  9. Flavia says:

    Hi, would be really interested in writing a blog. Here’s one I wrote yesterday about the effect curiosity has on education: https://senecalearning.com/blog/curiosity-in-learning/ . Have a PhD in neuroscience and special interest in the neuroscience of learning & how memory and understanding work. Could either reblog this post, or I could write a new one for you (very happy to choose a topic or to do on one of your choice!). Thanks

  10. Hello! Thank you for an excellent blog. I would like to contribute with a guest post. Who should I contact to talk about this? Thank you and best wishes.

  11. Oni Hannah says:

    Thanks for accepting me to share in this your great wealth of knowledge.Hoping to have great time with your honorable team.

  12. Melanie Vance says:

    Hi, I would love to write a blog for you! I have a few ideas but could do something advising teachers on how to teach AQA A level skills? Do you have an email address?
    Thanks – Melanie

    • Georgina White says:

      Hi Melanie,

      Thank you for your comment,we would love you to write for us! Please drop me an email so we can discuss this further, my email address is: Georgina.White@oup.com, I am the History marketing campaign manager.

      Many thanks,
      Gina

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