Digital learning today needs to be immersive and multifaceted, offering a wide choice of media to meet unique learning styles and keep pace with the robust, mobile experiences students have come to expect. This new report from Cenveo explores pivotal digital learning practices for education publishers and how evolving technologies impact engagement, retention, and accessibility.
AI and NLP capabilities have advanced to a degree that publishers can automate significant portions of their workflow, streamlining simple tasks to focus instead on adding greater value to content. In this new report from Cenveo Publisher Services, learn the basics of AI and NLP and how publishers like Taylor & Francis are applying the technology to boost the immediacy of science.
COLUMBIA, Md. — March 23, 2016 — Cenveo Publisher Services and Golden Voice English (GVE) Online Education announce the successful partnership in creating an ESL elearning program for students in China. In just six months, Cenveo helped GVE transform the method and delivery of English instruction for Chinese students in grades 1 through 9. Cenveo…
Book Business is collaborating with Cenveo Publisher Services to take the pulse of publishers' digital strategies with a new survey titled Making Digital Pay. The project aims to gauge what returns publishers expect from print and digital formats. All respondents will get access to the results of the survey.
Cenveo Publisher Services, a leading content and publishing solutions company, today announced the launch of a survey to assess publishers' profitability for digital apps and other mobile products. Publishers have invested heavily in technology for decades and audiences expect both print and digital formats of content across devices. The "Making Digital Pay" survey will provide a comprehensive baseline for the industry to understand where publishers are in comparison with others on the profitability scale.
Columbia, MD-December 11, 2013-Cenveo Publisher Services, a leading content and print solutions company, welcomes Gregg Sullivan as vice president of sales and marketing for content solutions. Gregg is responsible for developing new customer relationships and for the refinement of processes and solutions that support customer projects. He will oversee a team of sales executives in North America as well as Europe. Prior to joining Cenveo Publisher Services, Gregg spent more than 3.5 years with SPi Global as SVP of content solutions.
Whether it’s an example of survival of the fittest for printers or merely another entry in a long line of acquisitions, RR Donnelley & Sons put the publishing industry on notice as it completed its “trilogy of transactions” this week, a course of action the industry’s top commercial printer says will help offer its customers greater capacity and flexibility. The Chicago-based printer announced it would make an all-cash purchase of educational-book printer Von Hoffmann from Visant Corp., in a deal valued at $412.5 million, RR Donnelley officials said Wednesday. “In concert with our fully integrated international production platform, the addition of Von Hoffmann’s facilities will offer
by Tatyana Sinioukov What is truly negotiable in terms of print contracts? Almost anything, according to Barbara Hagen, senior product specialist, C.J. Krehbiel, Cincinnati, OH, who spoke on the subject at the BookTech West session titled "The Clever Negotiator: Everyone Wins" session. Book publishers, she continued, just have to know how to better negotiate with vendors about a job. Hagen gave her audience a few pointers on perfecting their bargaining skills * Pick the right vendor for the right project. Make sure your vendors can provide all necessary services in house, Hagen suggested. If your cover is four-color, or, say, requires lamination, the vendor should be able