Thank you to everyone who took part in Tech Forum + BookNet 101, ebookcraft, the ONIX training course, and #CMPTO. 

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• Video from Tech Forum 2014 
• Video from ebookcraft 2014 (coming soon)
• Video from BookNet 101 (coming soon) 

• Photos of the Tech Forum, ebookcraft, and BookNet 101 speakers
• Photos from the in-app scavenger hunt


Tech Forum is our annual conference on digital developments in the book publishing industry. As the largest tech-focused professional development event in the Canadian publishing industry, it provides hundreds of book industry professionals with the opportunity to learn, debate, network and glimpse the future of our industry.

Tech Forum consists of two events: BookNet 101 (March 5, 1–5pm) and Tech Forum (March 6, 9am–5pm). Your Tech Forum ticket includes free admittance to BookNet 101.

Download the Tech Forum schedule [PDF]
View the schedule and session descriptions for Tech Forum
View the Tech Forum video archive

BookNet Canada and eBOUND Canada are proud to present ebookcraft, a brand-new, one-day conference dedicated to the art and science of ebook production. If you work with ebooks, and dream of using digital technology to its full potential, come join our lineup of talented ebook practitioners and experts for a day of practical tips and forward-thinking inspiration.

Download the ebookcraft schedule [PDF]
View the schedule and session descriptions for ebookcraft
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BookNet 101 is an afternoon mini-conference that showcases successful applications of BookNet services, including SalesData, CataList, BiblioShare, and more. Admittance to BookNet 101 is free with your Tech Forum ticket purchase.

Download the BookNet 101 schedule [PDF] 
View the schedule and session descriptions for BookNet 101

Back by popular demand, EDItEUR’s Graham Bell will be reprising his popular ONIX workshop from last year, updated with the latest metadata developments. Tailored for the more experienced ONIX practitioner, Graham’s presentation will leave you with practical tips and a better understanding of the ONIX standard and how to apply it.

Learn more about the ONIX Training course. 


This project has been supported by the Canada Book Fund Program, Department of Canadian Heritage. BookNet Canada would like to thank the the Department of Canadian Heritage for their generous support.