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. 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.
Partecipants will learn about things they 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.