NBDB Academic Publishing Conference

The National Book Development Board (NBDB), with the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), will hold an academic publishing conference entitled “Developing Local Knowledge through Academic Publishing” on September 10, 2007 , from 8AM – 5PM, at the SEAMO-Innotech, Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City.

The conference aims to inform participants about the state of academic publishing in the country as well as to update on the current trends in publishing for small to medium publishing houses.

The Conference fee is P1,200.00 to cover food (lunch and 2 snacks) and a conference kit.

A concurrent exhibit of 20 exhibitors will be held in the lobby of SEAMO-Innotech to feature print-on-demand (POD) equipment, books produced with POD technology, award-winning books and latest publications by academic/university presses in the country.

For more information, call the NBDB at (02) 929-3677 or telefax (02) 928-0048. Look for Ms. Ma. Asena Galang.


The Mission of an Academic Press : the Cambridge University Experience, and Value Chain Analysis of a Modern Academic Press

Mr. Peter Langworth
Cambridge University Press

Publishing Strategies of a University Press

Ms. Ma. Corazon Baytion
Director, Ateneo de Manila University Press

Growing from a University Printing Press to University Publishing House

University of Santo Tomas Publishing House

University Policies and Practices that Nurture Authorship

University of the Philippines Press

Print on Demand (POD) Technology

Mr. Ricky Muñoz
Fuji Xerox Philippines

Publish on Demand : Getting the Volume that you Need

Central Books Supply

The Role of an Association of Academic Publishing Houses : United, Philippine Academic Publishers Can Stand Up to the World

Dr. Isagani R. Cruz
Founding Chair, Manila Critics Circle

Micro-Financing / Cooperative Building, with Focus on Colleges and Universities

Development Bank of the Philippines

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