Take your digital publishing program to the next level by mastering the art (and science) of digital asset management (DAM). eBOUND Canada, a project of the Association of Canadian Publishers, is holding two 1-day, hands-on workshops on digital asset management in Vancouver and Toronto. The Vancouver workshop will take place on Thursday, October 31, while the Toronto session will be held on Friday, November 8.
Canadian Bookshelf re-launched yesterday as The 49th Shelf, offering expanded features and book listings and naming Amazon.ca as its lead sponsor for 2012.
Since its launch in June 2011, the website has steadily gained a following of book readers keen to discuss Canadian fiction and non-fiction, post recommended reading lists and discover new books among the 50,000 titles to be found on this uniquely Canadian book site.
eBOUND Canada today announced that it has entered into an agreement with Ingram Content Group Inc. on behalf of the Association of Canadian Publishers for the use of Ingram’s digital asset management (DAM) platform CoreSource® to archive and globally distribute content for the association’s member publishers
If you are an ACP member looking for an interactive place to discuss issues affecting the Canadian publishing industry, the ACP internal wiki is a great resource.