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Tuesday, September 24 • 11:05am - 12:05pm
Lessons For Trade Publishers From STM Publishers

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The STM publishing community has a long tradition of using mark-up languages for book and journal content. Whether supporting a production workflow, ensuring uniform content and validation, defining content for downstream processing or reuse, or all of the above, STM publishers have decades of experience with SGML, XML, DTDs and associated tools. This session will engage a panel of STM publishing executives to discuss the benefits of XML-early workflows.

You will learn:
+ the main areas all publishers need to address to take full advantage of digital opportunities
+ how to determine where best to implement XML into your workflow
+ ideas for successfully unifying content

Moderators
avatar for Barry Bealer

Barry Bealer

President/CEO, RSuite CMS
Since co-founding RSI Content Solutions in 2000, Barry has served as president and CEO of the company. Under his leadership, RSI Content Solutions has grown to be a leading provider of content management solutions and services to publishers and has been recognized by multiple industry... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Chet Ensign

Chet Ensign

Director of Standards Development, OASIS Open
Chet Ensign is Director of Standards Development and TC Administration at OASIS Open where he supports members in the creation of quality standards, specifications, and related documents that meet both the requirements of the OASIS TC Process and the needs of the international community... Read More →
avatar for Bill Trippe

Bill Trippe

Director of Technology, MIT Press
Bill Trippe is Director of Technology at the MIT Press, where he is responsible for technology infrastructure and digital publishing initiatives. Bill came to MIT in 2012 after more than 10 years of consulting with publishers on technology initiatives. His areas of interest in focus... Read More →


Tuesday September 24, 2013 11:05am - 12:05pm
Wilder, 4th Floor