Digital Reading Symposium 19 June

We are pleased to announce that the Digital Reading Network will be hosting its first symposium on 19 June.  The event will take place in the Executive Business Centre at Bournemouth University.  All are welcome to attend this free event but please note that places are limited.

Bob Stein, a pioneer of electronic publishing and founder of the Institute for the Future of the Book, will be our keynote speaker.  Bob will be discussing his latest venture, SocialBook, a new digital publishing platform which promises to take the idea of social reading to a new level.

The day will include contributions from international scholars and practitioners drawing on a wide range of approaches and methods in an attempt to understand the momentous changes affecting readers and reading in the digital age.

Topics discussed will include

  • Ebooks and ereaders
  • Online book clubs and discussion forums
  • Reading and social media
  • Digital well being
  • Artists’ books
  • Digital comics

As well as scholarly papers, the day will include workshops, roundtable discussions, exhibitions and poster presentations.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided. To register your place, please contact srose@bournemouth.ac.uk. A draft programme and travel/accommodation information can be found on this website under Events.

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