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Topics and speakers of the Publishers’ Forum 2013 announced (agenda)

An ambitious agenda is taking shape: find below a list of the topics and speakers of the Publishers’ Forum 2013.  (speakers and presentation titles still subject to change). You can also downlad a PDF file of the agenda.

From the subtitles you will note that a new format will be introduced: ›DEBATE!‹ – moderated discussions of high-level experts including and engaging the audience.

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Agenda Publishers’ Forum 2013 [PDF file for download]
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English agenda

»We’re well on the way«: day one

  • “Leveraging Big Data Opportunities in Publishing for Growing the Business“, Krishna Tewari, Datamatics Global Services, IN
  • “The Atomization of Everything”, David Worlock, Outsell, UK
  • “Networked Publishing Is Open for Business”, Dan Pollock, Digital Publisher, Nature Publishing Group, UK
  • “Improving Educational Experience in Higher Education”, Fionnuala Duggan, CourseSmart, UK
  • “PressBooks – One Tool for All Important E-formats”, Hugh McGuire, Pressbooks, CAN
  • “The Open Book – Metadata Matter”, Laura Dawson, Bowker, USA
  • “How Big Data Can Leverage Business”, Jake Freivald, Information Builders, USA
  • “Terminology Management as a Basis for Powerful Semantic Services in Content Publishing”, Martin Kaltenböck, Semantic Web Company, AT; Christian Dirschl, Wolters Kluwer Germany
  • “Digital Books for All: Challenges and Opportunities in Mainstream Accessibility”, Cristina Mussinelli, LIA project (Libri Italiani Accessibili), IDPF board, IT; Chris Rogers, Penguin, UK
  • “Cloud Computing with Windows Azure”, Christian Thor, Microsoft Corporation, GER – Executive Lounge (by personal invitation only)
  • “Cloud Computing”, Tim Epstein, Tata Consultancy Services, UK
  • “Cloud Computing”, Tim Epstein, Tata Consultancy Services, UK; Ehrhardt F. Heinold, Heinold, Spiller & Partner Unternehmensberatung, GER; Thomas Uhl, OSB-Alliance, GER, Bettina de Keijzer, Walter de Gruyter, GER     DEBATE!

»Let’s foster the momentum«: day two

  • “Disaggregating Supply”, Brian O’Leary, Magellan Media Partners, USA
  • “Mobile Platform Wars”, Benedict Evans, Research Analyst, Enders Analysis, UK
  • “Opportunities for APIs in Publishing”, Adam DuVander, Executive Editor, Programmable Web, USA
  • “America vs. the World (and Itself)”, Edward Nawotka, Publishing Perspectives, USA
  • “Semantic Structures of Content Matter”, Daniel Mayer, Temis, F
  • “Agile Editorial Processes – How to Benefit from Semantic Metadata”, Kim Sienkiewicz, IIL New York (International Institute for Learning), USA
  • “Targeting Customers by APIs at ValoBox”, Anna Lewis, Oliver Brooks, ValoBox, UK; Adam DuVander, Executive Editor, Programmable Web, USA
  • “Industry Standards Matter”, Angela Bole, BISG, USA; Graham Bell, Editeur, UK
  • “The Challenges of Micro Content”, Robin Mackay Miller, Philip Rowe, Pearson, UK; Alison Lindsay, Klopotek, UK
  • “Semantic Metadata Matter”, Laura Dawson, Bowker, USA; Brian O’Leary, Magellan Media Partners, USA – Executive Lounge (by personal invitation only)
  • “Jurion: lessons learned”, Christian Dirschl, Wolters Kluwer Germany
  • “Networked Publishing”, David Worlock, Outsell, UK; Brian O’Leary, Magellan Media Partners, USA, Christian Dirschl, Wolters Kluwer Germany; Fionnuala Duggan, CourseSmart, UK    DEBATE!

 

Deutschsprachiges Programm

»We’re well on the way«: Tag eins

  • “Digitalisieren mit Google”, Max Kaiser, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, A
  • “Elektronische Schulbücher – Chance zur individuellen Förderung”, Stefan Klinga, Stadtmedienzentrum Mannheim, D; Helmut Albrecht, Kreismedienzentrum Heidelberg, D
  • “Datenbank-Recherche der nächsten Generation – Verlagseigene Suchmaschinen und Recherche 3.0”, Carsten Rosengarth, NWB Verlag, D
  • “Die Semantik von Editionen: wissenschaftliche Grundlagenarbeit in den Digitalen Humanities”, Dr. Susanne Dobratz, Oldenbourg Wissenschaftsverlag & Akademie-Verlag, D; Ursula Welsch, Welsch Neue Medien, D
  • “E-Typographie”, Jan Middendorp, Typograph; Bertram Schmidt-Friderichs, Verlag Hermann Schmidt, D
  • “‘Lokal bereitstellen – Global anbieten’: Vom Mehrwert strategischer Allianzen”, Dr. Florian Geuppert, Books on Demand, D
  • “Kluge Köpfe für den Wandel – Maßnahmen für ein optimales Change Management”, Helena Bommersheim, Bommersheim Consulting, D – Executive Lounge (by personal invitation only)
  • “Kundenorientierung auf allen Kanälen”, Uli Deurer, Verlag Antje Kunstmann, D
  • “Buchhandel morgen”, Ulrich Deurer, Verlag Antje Kunstmann, D; Sophie von Lenthe, Buchhandlung Isartal, D; René Kohl; KOHLIBRI, D    DEBATE!

»Let’s foster the momentum«: Tag zwei

  • “Die Strategie von dotbooks”, Beate Kuckertz, dotbooks, D
  • “Das Abstrakte im Konkreten sehen lernen”, Sabine Janßen, Erfolge möglich machen, D
  • “Intelligentes Content-Marketing”, Prof. Dr. Heiko Beier, moresophy, D
  • “Social Verlag: Kämpft ihr noch oder profitiert ihr schon?”, Prof. Tim Bruysten, richtwert, D; Cordula Golkowsky, PricewaterhouseCoopers, D
  • “Change!”, Sabine Janßen, Erfolge möglich machen, D
  • “Digital first!”, Beate Kuckertz, dotbooks; Gregor von dem Knesebeck, GRIN, D
  • “TV: Medium, Kanal, Technologie?”, Robert Amlung, ZDF, D – Executive Lounge (by personal invitation only)
  • “Ungehobene Schätze in Verlagen II”, Aljoscha Walser, Narses, D
  • “Leistungsschutzrecht – gibt es ein ›FÜR‹?”, Frank Rieger, Chaos Computer Club, D; Benno H. Pöppelmann, Justiziar, DJV (Deutscher Journalisten-Verband), D; Matthias Spielkamp, iRights.info, D    DEBATE!

 

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