2013 EPUBs 4 Ways

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The panel looks at four ways ePubs are being created currently: (1) from XML-first prepared texts using an XSL transform; (2) exported from a desktop publishing application such as InDesign; (3) converted post production from a PDF using an off-the-shelf conversion tool such as Caliber; and (4) converted post production by a third party service provider. What kind of results should you expect? How is quality assurance impacted? The session includes demonstrations and comparison of results. Panelists will discuss the pros and cons, tips-tricks-and-traps of each method.

Chair: Hamish Cameron, Vice President of Distribution & MIS, University of Toronto Press

Panelists: Chris Cosner, IT Manager, Stanford University Press

Sylvia Hunter, Manager of Journals, Editorial & Production, University of Toronto Press

Steve Izma, Computing Systems Administrator, Wilfrid Laurier Press

Kenneth Reed, Managing Editor for Digital Publications, Princeton University Press

Please feel free to add notes or responses to the session in this section. You can also post presentation files. Find out how.


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