25 November 2015 7:15 pm
Clerici Lecture Theatre (formerly Main Lecture The, Oxford
Please note our change of venue
Drinks from 6:30pm
Talks from 7:15pm
- Marcos F. Sanmamed, XML Content Specialist at Oxford University Press – Digital workflows: Seeking the path of least resistance
- Al Troyano, Journal Content Management Director, Wiley – Journal Production Workflows: the present and the future?
- Nick Barreto, Co-Founder and Technology Director, Canelo – Content Management Systems in digital book production
Across all publishing sectors the demands of digital delivery and user expectations continue to impact on production workflows.
In trade publishing book production workflows are in flux as companies struggle to fit variants of XML first into a traditional linear pattern of content management.
Journal workflows established for decades are constantly looking to more standardisation and automation to prevent the costs of meeting increasing functionality required by researchers (both as authors and users) from seriously affecting profits.
Academic books are now often integrating into journal content management.
This event is intended to give an up-to-date survey of what is happening and what is likely to happen in the future.
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.Cost: Free for OPuS members. Non-members £10 on door