ALPSP Technical Update Meeting, March 2006


Brian Kelly gave a talk on Web 2.0: What Does It Mean For The Publisher? from 10.50-11.30 on 23rd March 2006 at the Said Business School, Oxford at an ALPSP Technical Update Meeting on "Web 2.0 Hip or Hype: New Ways to Engage Users with Content?".


What are the implications of Web 2.0 for the publishing sector? In this presentation Brian Kelly describes how various Web 2.0 technologies can be exploited by the publishing sector.



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