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Moving from EPUB 2 to EPUB 3 is a breeze, an interview to Luc Audrain

A recent survey submitted to some European publishers has shown that most of them publish e-books in EPUB 2 format and that the biggest obstacle perceived in moving to EPUB..

Gregorio Pellegrino
January 11, 2018

Events

6 - 10 December 2017

ALDUS events calendar @Più Libri Più Liberi 2017

Here follows the full calendar of Aldus events scheduled between 6 -8 December 2017  at PLPL, the Rome Book Fair. December 6 Essere piccoli in un mondo sempre più grande..

11 - 15 October, 2017

ALDUS programme @ FBM 2017

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Internationalization and experimentation: Aldus @ Più Libri Più Liberi 2017

For the second year, Aldus, the European network of Book Fairs coordinated by Associazione Italiana Editori and co-funded by the European Commission within the Creative Europe program, presents itself to..

By Aldus editorial team
December 05, 2017

Discovering Più Libri Più Liberi 2017

By Aldus editorial team
November 24, 2017
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Events

ALDUS events calendar @Più Libri Più Liberi 2017
6 - 10 December 2017

Here follows the full calendar of Aldus events scheduled between 6 -8 December 2017  at PLPL, the Rome Book Fair. December 6 Essere piccoli in un mondo sempre più grande..

W3C Publishing Summit 2017: How Web Technologies are Shaping Publishing Today, Tomorrow, and Beyond
November 9-10, 2017

The web is the universal publishing platform: the first-ever W3C Publishing Summit will allow partecipants to learn how web technologies are shaping publishing today, tomorrow, and beyond. Publishing and the web interact in innumerable ways…

ALDUS programme @ FBM 2017
11 - 15 October, 2017

Wednesday, 11.10.2017 10.00 – 10.45, THE ARTS+ RUNWAY VOICES FOR A UNITED WORLD OF CREATIVITY Creativity has never known boundaries. But there have always been limits. Today, thanks to digitisation..

39th International Supply Chain Seminar 2017
10 October 2017, Frankfurt Book Fair

EDItEUR’s annual International Supply Chain Seminar, a mini-conference dedicated to metadata and content standards for book and e-book publishing is the traditional pre-Frankfurt appointment for publishers, distributors, booksellers and service..

THE ARTS+ Innovation Summit
11 October 2017, Frankfurt Book Fair

THE ARTS+ is a fair, business festival and international meeting place for the culture and creative industries, launched in October 2016 during the Frankfurter Buchmesse. The goal of the new..

EUPL 2017 Awards Ceremony
23 May 2017

On 23 May 2017, at 19.30 European Union Prize for Literature winners will receive their awards during a public Awards Ceremony at Concert Noble in Brussels, in the presence of European..

How to innovate publishing: the international view
April 20, 16.30 - 17.30

Technology is the driver of innovation in book publishing – this hasn’t changed since Gutenberg invented the printing press. Yet what’s new today is that technology = digitization touches on..

What makes a good app?
April 5, Bologna Children's Book Fair

Ilaria Tontardini from the Hamelin cultural association will introduce you to some of the best apps for children published over the last few years She will see  which of them..

Picture books and AR – A Match Made in heaven?
April 5, 12 AM

Two app makers from Denmark and France and a publisher from Finland join Terence Mosca and present their game changing ideas as well as different experiences about making picture books,..

Presentation of the Children’s Laureates Programme
April 5, 11.30 AM

A conference dedicated to those organizations interested in networking on Children’s Reading Promotion. A discussion moderated by Julia Eccleshare covering the following subjects: The plus of Children’s Laureate on the..

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Moving from EPUB 2 to EPUB 3 is a breeze, an interview to Luc Audrain

A recent survey submitted to some European publishers has shown that most of them publish e-books in EPUB 2 format and that the biggest obstacle perceived in moving to EPUB..

Internationalization and experimentation: Aldus @ Più Libri Più Liberi 2017

For the second year, Aldus, the European network of Book Fairs coordinated by Associazione Italiana Editori and co-funded by the European Commission within the Creative Europe program, presents itself to..

Discovering Più Libri Più Liberi 2017

The first fair dedicated to small and medium publishers, Più Libri Più Liberi (also known as Rome Book Fair) conveys its message directly through its name: more books for more..

New Trends in Children’s Book Publishing

On 21 September 2017, the international conference ‘New Trends in Children’s Book Publishing’, jointly organized by the Italian Publishers Association (AIE), Bologna Children’s Book Fair and Aldus network in the..

Discovering Frankurter Buchmesse 2017

Once a year Frankfurt becomes the most important international trading place for content, from novels and childrens’ books to academic databases. Publishing professionals from around the world meet here with..

European Book Fairs. Facts and Figures 2017

The second edition of European Book Fairs. Facts and Figures, jointly developed with the contribution of national and international Book Fairs joining ALDUS – the European Book Fairs’ network, provides..

The business case of ARDITO

Co-funded by the European Union Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme, ARDITO is a project aimed at providing simple tools and services to support SMEs in the creative content sector to..

Audience engagement and reading promotion in European Book Fairs

Aldus invited European Book Fairs to tell about their initiatives and collaborations in the field of audience engagement and reading promotion, by answering some questions: What are the most interesting and..

The IPA Global Book Fair Report – 2017 Edition

Every year, the Global Book Fair Report published by the International Publishers Association (IPA) provides a comprehensive and authoritative compendium of world book fairs. A key finding of the 2017..

Discovering Lisbon Book Fair

A bit of history Officially, Lisbon Book Fair took place, for the first time, in May 1930, in Rossio Square, for 12 days, with 17 stands. The following year, in..

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