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custom-publishing project

FYI: sounds interesting as well

2. DOI to be used in Australian custom-publishing project

A new project has been announced in Australia's trialing DOI to assist
the 
digital print industry in developing new content delivery methods such
as 
"print on demand". The aim is to enable organizations such as publishers
and 
content aggregators to more effectively package and customise content. 
Copyright Agency Ltd, a DOI Registration Agency, will lead the project. 
CAL 
and its partners have chosen the university sector to begin trials of 
DOI-enabled technology through a series of pilot programs developing an 
online model for the  delivery of coursepack material to students.

For full information see the CAL press release: "DOI funding success
good 
news for digital print industry", at 
http://www.copyright.com.au/news%20releases/11_09_03.htm
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