Digital Publishing Suite Archives
There’s a revolution happening in publishing, and if you want to stay marketable, you need to learn digital skills, fast. In order to reach a wider audience and reduce operational costs, organizations have digitally transformed the environment by developing mobility for publishing companies like mobile apps for e-reading, launching best-selling books and magazines on mobile platforms, introducing new business models like rentals, pay-per-view, open-access platforms and pay walls to create a more interactive and personal experience for the readers.
So this conference from the FT Digital Media team is worth a look, as it will ‘address the key challenges facing media companies by focusing on what the Financial Times does best: providing analysis of the economic and business models that will determine success in different markets around the world’.
The Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) held its first Philadelphia-based regional programming event, Open Access in Education: Open Educational Resources (OERs) and the Open Syllabus Project in the Context of Scholarly Publishing”, on December 7, 2016, at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR).
If you’re now signed up for the prerelease program (which thankfully is easy), then you should definitely figure out how to download your software from there (not sure why you can’t)… As mentioned in the comments above, Adobe isn’t updating the older version of the Digital Publishing Suite that’s publically available on Adobe Labs, so ideally you don’t want to use that one.
Semantico works with many of the world’s leading publishers and information providers including Oxford University Press, Nature Publishing Group, Springer and McGraw-Hill Professional to deliver scholarly journals, reference works and other academic and professional content across STM, HSS, professional and education sectors in the UK, Europe and the US.