W3C Publishing Summit 2017
How Web Technologies are Shaping Publishing Today, Tomorrow, and BeyondREGISTER
The web is the universal publishing platform. Join us for the first-ever W3C Publishing Summit and learn how web technologies are shaping publishing today, tomorrow, and beyond.
Publishing and the web interact in innumerable ways. From schools to libraries, from design to production to archiving, from metadata to analytics to AI, from New York to Paris to Buenos Aires to Tokyo, we will show how web technologies are making publishing more accessible, more global, and more efficient and effective.
You'll learn about things you should be doing now to improve your products and processes; developments coming soon that you need to be aware of; and what is coming next in web publications, EPUB, mobile, and the overall Web Platform that can support your workflows on everything from today's browsers, tablets and smartphones to tomorrow's environments.
The W3C Publishing Summit will be co-located with W3C’s main annual meeting, TPAC, so attendees will have the opportunity to network with Web developers and technical experts, including access to a solutions showcase demo area.
Register now to secure your seat at what is expected to be a sell-out event.
"The Open Web Platform and its technologies have become essential to how content is created, developed, enhanced, discovered, disseminated, and consumed online and offline. I hope you will join us at the W3C Publishing Summit, which will be a key opportunity for conversation and learning around the many current and future issues in advancing publishing and the Web"
Jeff Jaffe, CEO W3C
Hachette Book Group
New York Public Library
Founder and CEO, Media DO
VP Product and Strategy, Ingram/VitalSource
Laurent Le Meur
The Future of Publishing
Programmer and Artist
Associazione Italiana Editori
Penguin Random House
Founder and CEO, O'Reilly Media
VP Product Mgmt, Atypon
Collaborative Knowledge Foundation (Coko)
University of Michigan Library/Publishing
Jeff Jaffe - CEO, W3C
Abhay Parasnis - CTO, Adobe
Ben Dugas - Rakuten Kobo
Yasushi Fujita - Founder & CEO Media DO,
Cristina Mussinelli - Italian Publishers Association,
Laurent Le Meur - EDRLab, Julian Calderazi - DigitalBe
Tzviya Siegman - Wiley, Rick Johnson - VitalSource
Judy Brewer - W3C; Romain Deltour, George Kerscher, Avneesh Singh - DAISY
Jake Archibald - Google, Marcos Caceres - Mozilla, Ben Walters - Microsoft. Moderator: Garth Conboy - Google
Jeff Jaffe - W3C
eReader Past, Mobile/Browser Present, VR/AR Future
Micah Bowers - Founder & CEO, Bluefire
Print + Platform + Personalization
Ken Brooks - COO, Macmillan Learning
Liisa McCloy-Kelley - Penguin Random House
Mustapha Lazrek and Ben Walters - Microsoft
Jen Simmons - Mozilla
Dave Cramer - Hachette Book Group, Florian Rivoal - Vivliostyle
James English - NYPL
Virginie Clayssen - Editis
Tim O'Reilly - Founder and CEO, O'Reilly Media
Kristen Ratan - Collaborative Knowledge Foundation (Coko)
Maurice York - University of Michigan Library/Publishing
Benjamin Young, Wiley
Gustav Garzon - Gutenberg Technology
Marty Picco - Atypon
The W3C Publishing Summit will take place 9:00-5:00pm Thursday November 9 and 9:00-noon on Friday November 10. Registration will include lunch on Thursday and coffee and snack breaks on both days.
NOTE: Rooms at the Hyatt were sold out for these dates as of 14 July. W3C has reserved a limited number of additional guest rooms at the Crowne Plaza San Francisco Airport Hotel.
Travel agents suggest TPAC attendees book as early as possible to avoid expensive and undesirable flight/hotel options.
NOTE: if also attending TPAC please register for TPAC first to receive the applicable discount code.
|W3C TPAC attendees||$299|