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Past Events

IDPF Open Meeting at DBW 2017

Date: 
18th January 2017
Location: 
New York City

IDPF will hold an Open Meeting at Digital Book World 2017  to give a status update on the combination with W3C which was approved by member vote in November 2016. This will take place from 12.30pm - 1.45pm in NYC Hilton Room and a DBW conference pass is NOT required. In person attendance is encouraged but remote participation will be available.

Books in Browsers VII: Telling Small Stories

Date: 
3rd November 2016 to 4th November 2016
Location: 
San Fransisco

Books in Browsers VII has the title "Telling small stories" - the program explores the leading edge of textual presentation, immersive video and its ramifications and experimental work in visual media, including comics.

Futur en Seine 2016

Date: 
9th June 2016 to 19th June 2016
Location: 
Paris, France

This international festival takes place in the heart of Paris presenting the latest French and international digital innovations to professionals and the general public. Futur en Seine is organized by Cap Digital, Paris region’s business cluster for digital contents and services. See http://www.futur-en-seine.paris/en/ for more details.

Making Information Pay

Date: 
26th May 2016
Location: 
New York City

"Publishers Making a Profit by Making a Difference" - BISG's Making Information Pay Conference is a day of practical sessions featuring data-heavy keynotes, case studies, and expert-led group discussions – all demonstrating why and how publishers and industry stakeholders who implement corporate social responsibility and cause marketing efforts can grow their businesses. For more information see here

IDPF Digital Conference @ BEA

Date: 
11th May 2016 to 12th May 2016
Location: 
McCormick Place, Chicago

IDPF Digital @ BEA  at BookExpo America 2016 is the longest-running professional conference for the digital publishing industry. This year's conference will focus on the digital transformation of the overall enterprise of publishing. The Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) is co-sponsoring a new Academic and Professional Publishing track and speakers are solicitited for all tracks through Dec 18.