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== Hyperabundance: The Future's So Bright, I've Gotta Wear Shades ==
 
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Ever think you just "can't keep up" with the latest? The latest in publishing, the latest in technology, the latest in almost anything? You're not alone! Forget information abundance: the world is entering a new paradigm of information hyperabundance, and it has great and grave consequences for publishing. In this participatory workshop, join your colleagues for a round of community–driven brainstorming to explore what it may mean and what solutions might fit our own press situations. The results and recommendations will be shared out to the membership through university press online communities.
 
Ever think you just "can't keep up" with the latest? The latest in publishing, the latest in technology, the latest in almost anything? You're not alone! Forget information abundance: the world is entering a new paradigm of information hyperabundance, and it has great and grave consequences for publishing. In this participatory workshop, join your colleagues for a round of community–driven brainstorming to explore what it may mean and what solutions might fit our own press situations. The results and recommendations will be shared out to the membership through university press online communities.

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[edit] Hyperabundance: The Future's So Bright, I've Gotta Wear Shades

WATCH THE VIDEO OF THIS SESSION FOR FREE AT

Hyperabundance

Ever think you just "can't keep up" with the latest? The latest in publishing, the latest in technology, the latest in almost anything? You're not alone! Forget information abundance: the world is entering a new paradigm of information hyperabundance, and it has great and grave consequences for publishing. In this participatory workshop, join your colleagues for a round of community–driven brainstorming to explore what it may mean and what solutions might fit our own press situations. The results and recommendations will be shared out to the membership through university press online communities.

Chair: Michael Jensen, Director of Strategic Web Communications, National Academies Press



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