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ISBN presentation


Coral Peterson

on 28 April 2009

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Number why do we need *another* number? what do the numbers mean? Gimme a number! Where does the isbn go? what is an isbn ? isbn STOP!
Don't judge a book by it's cover. Change in price? Change in color? It's still the same book. Keep the same ISBN. New Binding so what does a book have to do to get a new ISBN? New Updates & Revisions Automation! VERSO BACK
of dust jacket old, isn't he? Gordon Foster unique number to identify each different book and edition Created the Standard Book Number Code in 1966 10-digit ISBN was developed by the
International Organization for Standardization in 1970 ISBNs grow to 13 digits January 1st, 2007
to accommodate more unique numbers some books look a lot alike I Scan Barcodes Now :) Publishers
E-book publishers
Audio & video format producers
Software producers
Associations with publishing programs
Apply for a publishing prefix stays the same for everything you publish Get a block of numbers They come in blocks of 1, 10, 100, & 1000! Oh and they cost money. $125 if you buy one all by itself. Faster!
Fewer Mistakes! pop quiz! Same title and author,
but different covers:
Do these books have the same ISBN? what else is the isbn good for? Access to book records online! Art! http://www.barcodeart.com/store/collectible/flipbooks/flip/oprah_gif.html
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