Building ebooks that last

  • March 19, 2019
In this talk Teresa Elsey, Managing Editor at Bridge International Academies, answers the question: "How does my company build ebooks that will still work in two years, or five, or ten?" She takes a pragmatic approach based on real-world examples of ebooks that did not last, with a dash of the theoretical that considers how web archiving work might apply to ebooks, Teresa covers workflows, common issues that prevent ebooks from being sold, standards compliance, link rot, accessibility, and more. She also looks at how web communities are talking about digital archiving and how this might apply to ebooks.

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