CHICAGO, November 12, 2009—Digital publishing pioneer and Encyclopaedia Britannica executive Michael Ross has been named to the Educational Publishing Hall of Fame and will be inducted into it at an award ceremony at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City on December 3, the company announced today.

            Ross, who serves as Britannica’s senior vice president for worldwide product development, education and technology, will be honored by the Association of Educational Publishers (AEP), which confers hall of fame membership, along with Nelson B. Heller, president of EdNet at MDR; and Pleasant T. Rowland,

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