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Publishers’ Forum 2011

Presentations 2011

Presentations held at the Publishers’ Forum 2011

2nd May 2011

Opening Remarks

Ulrich Klopotek von Glowczewski, CEO Klopotek AG
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The International Experience I – Presentations (English)

Book Publishers in the 21st Century: a Manifesto Revisited
Sara Lloyd, Digital Director, Pan Macmillan, UK
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Re-imagining Reading
Edward Nawotka, Editor-in-Chief, Publishing Perspectives, USA
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Challenges for Licensing when Dealing with E-books and »Enhanced E-books«
Lynette Owen, Copyright Director, Pearson Education, UK
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Approaches & Perspectives – Presentations (German)

Cultural Corporate Communication: a Key Enabler of Innovation in the Digital Age
Jana Steinmetz, Head of Project Coordination, University of St. Gallen, CH
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WEB 3.0: a Strategic Challenge
Dr. Ulrich Hermann, Managing Director Wolters Kluwer, GER
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Publishing in 2015: 5 Lines of Argument about Digital Transformation
Dr. Johann Kempe, HGV Hanseatische Gesellschaft für Verlagsservice mbH, GER
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Innovative Publishing Processes – Presentations (German)

How Print Publications Become Interactive Reading Experiences
Dr. Herbert Bay, CEO, Kooaba, CH
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3rd May 2011

The International Experience II – Presentations (English)

Opportunities in EPUB 3.0: New Markets and Verticals
Liza Daly, Threepress Consulting Inc., USA
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Print on Demand and Global Distribution
David Hetherington, Baker & Taylor‘s Digital Service Group, USA
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For our grandchildren reading will be a social activity, something one does with others
Bob Stein, The Future of the Book, USA
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Innovative Publishing Processes – Presentations (German)

Appreciating Google as a Partner
Max Kaiser, Head of Research & Development, Austrian National Library, AT
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Libraries as Publishers
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Johannes Schneider, Universitätsbibliothek Leipzig, GER
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Physical vs. Digital – How Big Is the Potential for Substitution?
Prof. Dr. Kerstin Emrich, Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg, GER
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Approaches & Perspectives – Presentations

Considering the End of the Internet
Stephan Selle, zweitwerk GmbH, GER
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Inspiring a Nation of Storytellers
Lucy Macnab, The Ministry of Stories, UK
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Closing Remarks

Helmut von Berg, part I (“Networked publishing” – presentation slides, in German)
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Article “Vernetztes Publizieren” (“networked publishing”) published on the buchreport blog (in German), explaining the ideas behind these presentation slides

Helmut von Berg, part II (closing remarks – in English!)
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Präsentationen des Publishers’ Forum 2011

2. Mai 2011

Eröffnungsrede

Ulrich Klopotek von Glowczewski, CEO Klopotek AG
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The International Experience I – Vorträge (Englisch)

Book Publishers in the 21st Century: a Manifesto Revisited
Sara Lloyd, Digital Director, Pan Macmillan, UK
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Re-imagining Reading
Edward Nawotka, Editor-in-Chief, Publishing Perspectives, USA
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Challenges for Licensing when Dealing with E-books and »Enhanced E-books«
Lynette Owen, Copyright Director, Pearson Education, UK
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Ansätze & Perspektiven – Vorträge

Kulturelle Unternehmenskommunikation als Schlüssel zur Innovation im digitalen Zeitalter
Jana Steinmetz, Universität St. Gallen, CH
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WEB 3.0 – Strategische Herausforderung
Dr. Ulrich Hermann, Wolters Kluwer, D
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Verlag 2015: 5 Thesen zur digitalen Transformation
Dr. Johann Kempe, HGV Hanseatische Gesellschaft für Verlagsservice mbH, D
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Innovative Publishing-Prozesse– Vorträge

Wie aus einer Printpublikation ein interaktives Leseerlebnis wird
Dr. Herbert Bay, CEO, Kooaba, CH
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3. Mai 2011

The International Experience II – Vorträge (Englisch)

Opportunities in EPUB 3.0: New Markets and Verticals
Liza Daly, Threepress Consulting Inc., USA
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Print on Demand and Global Distribution
David Hetherington, Baker & Taylor‘s Digital Service Group, USA
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For our grandchildren reading will be a social activity, something one does with others
Bob Stein, The Future of the Book, USA
Sehen Sie ein kurzes Video auf der Buchreport-Webseite

Innovative Publishing-Prozesse – Vorträge

Google als Partner schätzen lernen
Max Kaiser, Leiter Forschung & Entwicklung, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, AT
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Bibliotheken als Publisher
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Johannes Schneider, Direktor Universitätsbibliothek Leipzig, D
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Physisch vs. digital – Wie groß ist das Substitutionspotential?
Prof. Dr. Kerstin Emrich, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, D
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Ansätze & Perspektiven – Vorträge

Über ein mögliches Ende des Internets
Stephan Selle, Geschäftsführer zweitwerk GmbH, D
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Inspiring a Nation of Storytellers
Lucy Macnab, The Ministry of Stories, UK
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Schlusswort

Helmut von Berg, Teil I (“Vernetztes Publizieren”)
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Artikel “Vernetzes Publizieren” auf buchreport.de, der dies ausführt (direkter Link)
Sie können sich den Artikel auch direkt herunterladen.

Helmut von Berg, Teil II (Zusammenfassung der beiden Tage)
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