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BookNet Canada builds technology solutions that make it easier for Canadians to promote and sell books. Follow us for book industry news and BNC updates.
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“Curation as an Essential Service of Book Publishers”
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Diversity in publishing – still hideously middle-class and white? A look at British publishing.
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BookNet Canada 13h
Meet Your New Boss: An Algorithm.
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Bas Bleu Bookseller 15h
Why DO books smell so wonderful? Let's break it down:
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Get a taste of the big ideas that will be front and centre at and this year:
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BookNet Canada Dec 10
Kobo Book Report: eReading trends from the past year.
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BookNet Canada Dec 10
These Non-Fiction holiday perennial bestsellers might surprise you.
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BookNet Canada Dec 10
5 ways ONIX 3.0 is good for data senders and recipients alike. From Tech Forum speaker .
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BookNet Canada Dec 9
These 10 Juvenile and YA books are perennial favourites over the holidays:
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BookNet Canada Dec 9
There's been a recent slew of standards updates, from subject codes to , so our Bibliographic Manager Tom Richardson is here to round up all the excitement into one handy overview.
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BookNet Canada Dec 9
Notable Book Covers of 2017 🎶 It's the most wonderful time of the year! 🎶
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BookNet Canada Dec 8
Poetry and startups: Does it make sense?
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BookNet Canada Dec 8
Get a taste of the big ideas that will be front and centre at and this year:
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BookNet Canada Dec 8
Did you miss our Introduction to the Canadian Supply Chain webinar? We've got the whole recording of it for your here: You can also find the slides here:
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BookNet Canada Dec 8
Kobo Book Report: eReading trends from the past year.
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U of Alberta Press Dec 8
The first Canadian location of a Short Story Dispenser is at the Edmonton International Airport!
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BookNet Canada Dec 7
How the internet changed the way we write – and what to do about it
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eBOUND Canada Dec 7
We don't know what's more exciting, this "History of " infographic, or that ebooks have now been around long enough to have a history 🤔
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BookNet Canada Dec 7
What books do Canadians tend to pick up to stuff stockings and give as Hanukkah gifts year-over-year? These Non-Fiction holiday perennial bestsellers might surprise you.
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BookNet Canada Dec 7
Christmas shopping trends to watch for your marketing - Think with Google
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