Free Webinar: The ABCs of Kids & Ebooks

By Dan Eldridge
January 25, 2013 // 0 Comments

Our friends over at Digital Book World are partnering with PlayScience, a New York-based children’s entertainment and education research company, to produce a free hour-long webinar, The ABCs of Kids & Ebooks. The webinar, which will look at the e-reading habits of children aged two to [...]

Free webinar: The Quest for Versatile Content – Tips to help you maximize efficiency in preparing multichannel content

By libertyc
June 7, 2011 // 0 Comments

From an email I received: In its next free webinar, Book Business (thanks to the support of sponsor SPi Global) will address some of the hurdles you might be facing, from backlist conversion to the conversion of complex books (e.g., STM, academic texts), and setting up workflow processes and [...]

Apple’s new fixed layout for producing illustrated ebooks – a webinar

By libertyc
June 2, 2011 // 1 Comment

From an email from Aptara: The beauty of an eBook is its real-time reflowable text that adjusts for any eReader device, no matter its dimensions. This is thanks to the EPUB format standard which works great for text and small embedded images, but not as well for titles with design-critical layouts [...]

Free webinar on children’s reading trends in the digital age

By libertyc
December 7, 2010 // 0 Comments

From the press release: Book Business, with support from Canon, proudly presents the next webinar in the Publishing Business webinar series: “Children’s Reading Trends in the Digital Age: An All-Access Pass to Scholastic’s ‘2010 Kids and Family Reading Report,’ ” based on the [...]

Webinar: Paving the Way for Ebook Production and Beyond

By libertyc
May 1, 2010 // 0 Comments

A free webinar will be given on May 4 on digital publishing with Angela James, Executive Editor of Carina Press and Joe Gollner, Chief Solutions Architect at Stilo International. Here’s the blurb: Publishers must reinvent their production operations from print-first to digital-first, in order [...]

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