2013 Do We Need a Content Management System? Where Do We Start?

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This panel will delve into content management systems and the practicalities of implementing them from technological and production standpoints. Panelists will provide an overview of CMS: what it is, who needs one, and how it can improve workflow efficiencies; will discuss lessons learned and challenges faced in developing home-grown production management systems for both journals and ebook production workflow; and will highlight the differences between a CMS and a DAM system, considering ways a DAM can provide opportunities for aggregating and disaggregating content to create new products such as digital shorts, omnibus editions, and enhanced ebooks.

Chair: Claire Tamberino, Ebook and Digital Promotion Manager, Johns Hopkins University Press

Panelists: Marjorie Fowler, Digital Asset Coordinator, University of North Carolina Press

Bill Kasdorf, Vice President of Content Solutions, Apex CoVantage

Elizabeth Windsor, Production Manager, Project MUSE

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