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Monique Mongeon

Project Manager, BookNet Canada

Monique Mongeon has always been fascinated with the intersection of books and technology – from her start making fansites for her favourite books, to her current role as Project Manager at BookNet Canada. Monique also teaches ebook production at Ryerson University’s Chang School. Prior to joining BookNet, Monique worked in ebook production for Penguin Random House Canada.

Headshot by Yvonne Bambrick in front of Gordon Rayner’s 1968 painting “Colour Swirl.”

Monique's Sessions

New from BookNet Canada: BNC SalesData

Auditorium Room C
What’s the latest with your friendly neighbourhood sales tracking service? After a busy year working closely with our core users to make collecting and analyzing all that juicy data quicker and easier, we’re gearing up for a big year of new, oft-requested feature developments. Find out what we’ve been up to and what we have […]
TF: New from BookNet
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Library Circulation Data and BNC SalesData

Auditorium Room C
If you’ve ever wanted to see library circulation data in addition to the sales BookNet already tracks for the trade market, then we have some exciting news for you. Join us for a sneak peek at a major development we’ve got in the works.
TF: Libraries TF: New from BookNet
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How We Read Digitally: 2018 ebookcraft research study

Auditorium Rooms B & C
Join us on a journey into the thoughts, feelings, and habits of the ebook reader. From preferences for devices and ebook providers to how they use search tools and accessibility features, we asked, they answered, and now we’re sharing those findings with you. If you’ve ever wanted to know more about the people you design […]
EBC: End Users' Perspective
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Prize Announcement for So You Think You Can Code 2018

Auditorium Rooms B & C
The judging panel for So You Think You Can Code 2018, ebookcraft’s design competition now in its third year, will present the grand prize for this year’s contest. Learn more about the contest.
EBC: Community & Industry
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“Everybody’s Working on the Weekend” Lunch ‘n’ Learn: Committees, working groups, and volunteerism in digital publishing

Collaboration Centre Café
The #eprdctn community never sleeps, and there are countless opportunities to get involved in steering the present and future of digital publishing. Grab your lunch and join your friendly neighbourhood ebookcraft steering committee for a quick overview of industry working groups and a discussion of the pros and cons of widespread volunteerism in the industry. […]
EBC: Community & Industry
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