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Over the past few months, I’ve contributed to DBW’s news coverage of the growing e-learning, academic and higher education markets; kept up-to-date on the developments between publishers and libraries; and eavesdropped on experienced digital publishing journalists and commentators. And a good bit of my time learning about the digital publishing industry has been spent on Twitter.
With the hindsight of three months as Digital Book World’s content producer, I’ve put together this short list of Twitter accounts, accounts that I’ll be following in 2013 to become further immersed in the digital publishing space, organized by topic.
Scholarly Kitchen @scholarlykitchn
“what’s hot and cooking in scholarly publishing” The Society for Scholarly Publishing is an independent blog advancing scholarly publishing, communication, and professional development.
Shannon D. Smith @Smithstorian
Shannon is the Associate Director of Teaching Learning & Professional Development at EDUCAUSE, a nonprofit association advancing higher education by promoting the intelligent use of information technology.
Library Journal @LibraryJournal
A publication of journalism and reviews for the library community
CA Digital Library @CalDigLib
The California Digital Library supports the University of California by advancing the digital transition of scholarly information.
American Libraries @amlibraries
The magazine of the American Library Association.
School Library Journal @sljournal
A publication in service of librarians who work with young people in schools and public libraries.
#IndustryNews & #Opinion
Jane Friedman @JaneFriedman
Web editor for The Virginia Quarterly Review, Jane is also a digital publishing instructor at the University of Virginia.
Sarah Weinman @sarahw
News Editor for Publishers Marketplace
Publishers Weekly @PublishersWkly
An industry new source for book publishing and bookselling news, reviews and information.
Mike Shatzkin @MikeShatzkin
Founder & CEO of The Idea Logical Company, a thought leader about digital change in the book publishing industry.
Laura Hazard Owen @laurahazardowen
A staff writer at paidContent/GigaOM, Laura cover ebooks, e-readers, Amazon, pricing, DRM, startups and other digital book publishing issues.
the best of the best – digital publishing news, insight and analysis bundled for your convenience –
Digital Book World @digibookworld!
Of course, I too Tweet occasional digital publishing news and related content @DeannaUtroske.
To fast-track your own learning about the ebook and digital publishing world, check out Digital Book World 2013 in New York, January 15 through January 18.
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