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Devices like the Apple iPad have changed the way the world consumes media, and now anyone can adopt a digital publishing model and share their content with an audience. This course clearly defines the terms and types of digital formats, including EPUB, iBooks, ebooks, "enhanced" EPUB, and PDF, as well as their pros and cons, and helps you decide which media type best matches your content now, and which type you might want to migrate to in the future. The course also provides an overview of a typical digital publishing workflow and the software setup you'll need to get started.
The publishing field has changed dramatically over the last few years. So has the medium for viewing published content. Consumers have come to expect publications to be delivered on a range of digital devices. Publishers must now expand their expertise into interactive media creation and web development in order to deliver the best in digital books. Before we go, I'd like to share with you some additional resources to help you learn more about Digital Publishing. You will want to keep an eye on the International Digital Publishing Forum at idpf.org.
This site will keep you up-to-date on the latest news, events, and publishing standards in the Digital Publishing field. If you haven't done so already, I recommend exploring the courses on lynda.com devoted to digital publishing and the tools used by digital publishers. Thanks again for watching. Now go out and start publishing.
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