The preliminary program for Tools of Change 2011 is now online.
In addition to traditional book publishers discussing their experiences from the trenches of change, TOC also brings in ideas from the wider global ecosystem.
Breakout sessions include:
- Is There Such a Thing as a Good Business Model for Publishing These Days?
- eTextbooks in Higher Education: Practical Findings to Guide the Industry
- Can you Afford not to Consider Accessible Publishing Practices?
- Data-driven Marketing and Product Development
- Copyright, Intellectual Property Rights, and Licensing Issues in the Digital Era
- Build a Book API in an Afternoon, Using FluidDB
- Improving Your Publishing Metadata and Delivery
- See the rest of the preliminary lineup
- Ben Huh, I Can Has Cheezburger
- Margaret Atwood, author and CEO of Syngrafii
- Kevin Kelly, founding executive editor of Wired and author of “What Technology Wants”
- See the full list of speakers
Our gratitude goes out to the following people who helped review the 200+ proposals, and offered much-appreciated advice on shaping the content for TOC 2011:
- Patricia Arancibia
- Mark Bertils
- Peter Brantley
- Liza Daly
- Kate Eltham
- Dedi Felman
- José Afonso Furtado
- Heather McCormack
- Kevin Shockey
- Sarah Weinman
- Sarah Wendell
We hope to see you in February
O’Reilly Tools of Change for Publishing Conference
February 14-16, 2011
Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers
New York, NY