We are a trusted social science publisher specialising in education, health and social work, research and study skills, psychology, counselling and psychotherapy, and coaching. We have original works by many foremost scholars and internationally recognised experts.
Our wide-ranging and diverse publishing programme includes resources for study and professional development. Open University Press titles focus on current issues and challenges, research findings and their application, ideas for teaching, and many other topics. You’re certain to find a resource that will enrich your professional role! Browse our titles below.
Providing resources for students, teachers and lecturers, we publish essential titles in early years, primary, secondary, special education needs, further education, higher education and education policy.
Clear and accessible guides on improving your reading, writing and researching skills. From undergraduate level to career researcher, we have a book to help you with your study and academic progression.
Celebrating the breadth of the discipline from statistical methods, including Pallant’s definitiveSPSS Survival Manual, to consumer and positive psychology, we publish influential texts to aid students and practitioners.
With many notable authors including Jenny Rogers, Peter Hawkins and David Clutterbuck, we have the books to ensure that coaching and its practice reach new heights of advancement, effectiveness andauthority.
With a diverse commissioning background, Laura has enjoyed working with authors all around the world from inception through to publication, with a focus on making connections, developing relationships and supporting the dissemination of research that can impact policy and practice.
Commissioning areas: Coaching, Higher Education and Education Policy
With both teaching and extensive publishing experience, Hannah is sensitive to both customer needs and commercial requirements to publish influential and high-quality texts for students, academics and practitioners.
Commissioning areas: Education, Counselling and Psychotherapy
Having started her publishing career in Sales before moving into Editorial, Clara is passionate about a holistic approach to publishing and ensuring author care remains at the heart of everything she does.