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Networked Publishing

The Networked Publishing workshop invites participants to discover and interact with the dynamic convergence of technology, online platforms, and publishing in the digital age.

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ECTS points
Next start
July 2025
1 week
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CHF 900.–
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The landscape of publishing is undergoing a nuanced transformation, fueled by the pervasive influence of digital platforms, collaborative content creation, and the assimilation of emerging technologies. In the context of networked publishing, information flows across interconnected systems, leveraging digital platforms, collaborative technologies, and online communities. This approach marks a departure from traditional publishing models, embracing the dynamic nature of the internet and the opportunities it presents for content creation, dissemination, and engagement.

By understanding and leveraging the power of digital platforms, embracing collaborative content creation, and staying aware of emerging technologies, participants will be able to position themselves at the forefront of the evolving publishing ecosystem. This opportunity will allow them to experiment with various technical tools (pad-to-print, wiki-to-print, print, etc.) that facilitate a seamless transition from online collaborative and social media platforms to tangible printed objects.

Institute Digital Communication Environments (IDCE)

Through digital media and the democratisation of communication channels that goes hand in hand with it, the critical handling of their visual and interaction-based design has become decisively more important, because the social relevance of information and communication has thus fundamentally changed.


Dreispitz Basel

FHNW University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland Basel Academy of Art and Design Freilager-Platz 1 4142 Münchenstein near Basel
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