As digital publishing grows its market share versus print book publishing, an ecosystem of companies and services is growing around it. E-book vendors like Aptara and Innodata are an obvious example. (Less obvious might be our own conference and website, Digital Book World.)
To that end, the University of Washington in Seattle has launched a certificate program for digital publishing. Registration for the program opened today.
Here’s some more information for you if you happen to live in the Seattle area and want to bone up on digital publishing:
— One year program
— Program covers hands on experience with different digital publishing platforms, information on search engine optimization, piracy, fair use and other issues facing digital publishers
— Includes information on how to find internships and employment