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PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION DIGITAL PUBLISHING FORUM IN ASSOCIATION WITH UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION STUDIES AND EDITEUR
WEDNESDAY 21ST OCTOBER 2015
UCL ROBERTS BUILDING ROOM 208 16-00 TO 18-00
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Semantic enrichment makes the publishers’ content more discoverable, providing more value to the user by enabling the building of highly differentiated products for different audiences. This is semantic technology made practical and leading to increased visibility and new markets. This forum will look both at sectors where investment has proved successful and those where there is a learning process.
- Alan Maloney, Senior Product Analyst, SAGE Publications on Designing for serendipity, looking at how semantic enrichment can link together wildly different types of content
- Graham McCann, Head of Content and Platform Management at the Institute of Physics Publishing will speak on using semantic software for enriching publishing content and the reader experience. He led the IOP enrichment programme which included creating a new ontology from scratch
- Sam Herbert is Client Services Director, 67 Bricks one of the UK’s leading suppliers in the field and he will speak on Semantic enrichment: What it is and how publishers are using it to bring more value to their customers
Please note new pricing: £30 for PA members, £60 non members
The event is free to students on publishing courses.
The forum has been organised by Anthony Watkinson, UCL Centre for Publishing, University College London.
These friendly, informal events allow ample time for questions and discussion, followed by drinks and an opportunity for further networking and discussion. The seminar fee is £30.00 for members of the Publishers Association or EDItEUR, and £60.00 for non-members.
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