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Wednesday, March 20 • 12:00pm - 12:45pm
Case Study: Metadata & the Web at House of Anansi Press

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Moving an online bookstore from one website to another is no small feat. Obstacles abound in this odyssey of data transferral, from hosting ebook files to displaying metadata and images, all while ensuring that design and e-commerce tools are doing their jobs both separately and when melded together. In this case study, the team at House of Anansi will share their epic tale, including the unexpected problems they encountered along the way and how they were solved or are being solved. BookNet's Tim Middleton will speak to the role BiblioShare's data aggregation service and its plugins have played thus far in guiding their ship to a new shore.

Speakers
avatar for Andrea Lacson

Andrea Lacson

Data Administrator, House of Anasi
Andrea Lacson is the Data Administrator at House of Anansi Press and Groundwood Books, where she mostly works with metadata, but has her hands in upkeeping the website and fielding audiobook queries. She is a graduate of the Publishing program at Centennial College. You can find her... Read More →
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Carolyn McNeillie

Web Developer, The Working Group
Carolyn spent nearly a decade working in book publishing technology, design, and marketing, most recently as Marketing Director at House of Anansi Press and Groundwood Books. Recently she undertook a career change and now works as a front-end web developer at TWG. 
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Tim Middleton

Project Manager & Retailer Liaison, Simon & Schuster Canada
Tim Middleton is a Project Manager & Retailer Liaison at BookNet Canada. With a passion for startup culture, entrepreneurial enterprises, and disruptive technology ignited by a varied career in retail and consumer research, all things bookish remain his first and true love.



Wednesday March 20, 2019 12:00pm - 12:45pm
Auditorium B (lower level, MaRS) 101 College St, Toronto, ON M5G 1L7, Canada

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