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C-2-C Project

Creator-to-Consumer in a Digital Age

CREATOR-TO-CONSUMER (C-2-C) INDUSTRY WORKSHOP

NATIONAL SEMINAR SERIES - PHASE I

Wagga Wagga - Darwin - Brisbane - Townsville

Seminar Archive

C-2-C IN A DIGITAL AGE
The National Seminar Series

This series of industry awareness seminars is designed to inform industry of the latest research findings from two years of C-2-C research by RMIT University, Common Ground Publishing and independent researchers. Simultaneously, the seminars are also intended to stimulate the formation of new knowledge networks between different players in the book production supply chain.

Education in schools, training in the workplace, sharing of family histories, creative writing endeavours, commercial information management and distribution systems are some of the many spheres currently being transformed by new publishing technologies and business models. These seminars are aimed at helping to define new pathways for individuals and organisations wanting simultaneously to maximise the benefits of traditional print and book products and their electronic renderings in all environments.

Presentations
National Seminar Series: Introduction CG_C2C_nss.zip (540 KB)
Content Creation, Digital Rights Management Systems and the DOI CG_C2C_doi.zip (548 KB)
University of Queensland Press: Print on Demand CG_C2C_pod.zip (88 KB)
Feedback
WAGGA
I found the seminar to be throughly fantastic and inspiring. The variety of people and discussions throughly opened my eyes to many new possibilities. I am now considering the possibility of expanding the services that I currently offer to my (publishing) clients, ie short runs etc; and the possibiliy of increasing my client base due to the ability to widen my target market/clients.
I found your seminar very stimulating - there are lots of possibilities that come to mind.
I thought the day was very beneficial to Everone who attended. I think such days highlight the resources we have in the country and the need to pool the resources together.
DARWIN
Informative and thought provoking
Good networking forum, well organised.
Very useful review of key issues & presentation of information and ideas.
A well facilitated seminar - very informative - quite heavy on information, could almost be stretched over two days.
BRISBANE
Interesting, learned new things, gave me a better picture to think about the future (printing on demand, DOI, DRM).
Good sharing, inspiring - to move forward, great information, good to see the new areas of development in QLD.
Well presented, organised and prepared - stimulating.
Very informative 0- opened my eyes to ewhat is -out there-.
I appreciated the insights from some very knowledgeable participants as well as from the speakers. Nice balance between new information and time to interact with other participants.
TOWNSVILLE
Excellent, thought provoking.
Stimulating - a real mental change to create/stimulate fresh methodology.
Useful to increase awareness of changes + emerging technologies.
Very clear, informative, stimulating. Good size crowd with a fair range of professions represented.
One of the most important outcomes of each seminar was the strong expression of interest shown by attendees in having a local and ongoing forum involving all sectors of the publishing and printing industry. To continue exploring possibilities for new partnerships and better informed business strategies, small (email) working groups are being formed to stimulate ongoing discussions in each location.
For further information, please email Dean Mason: dean.mason@commongroundgroup.com
 

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