If you couldn’t make it to iAnnotate 2018 in the sunny San Francisco, we’ve got some good news for you! Our lead developer Juan Corona had delivered an amazing presentation and co-hosted a workshop with our partners from Hypothesis, so we are eager to share parts of it with all of you.
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In the age of digital literacy, more and more authors choose several formats to publish their work in: printed and digital. If much of the copyright process is clear with printed media, it is not straightforward at all when it comes to the digital copyright laws. That’s why it is important for modern authors to know what eBook copyright is and how to protect one’s work on the Internet.
Let’s break it down!
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We are beyond excited to have Evident Point’s Lead Developer Juan Corona head over to the sunny San Francisco to assist Hypothes.is in hosting a workshop at the I Annotate 2018 conference.
I Annotate 2018 provides attendees with a unique opportunity to learn about integration and customization of annotation software for various use cases in any platform or publication, including EPUB and PDF formats.
I Annotate is taking place June 6 & 7 at Fort Mason Arts & Culture Center in San Francisco with writer and activist Barret Brown as a keynote speaker. To see Juan, as well as share ideas and experience with leading thinkers from all over the world, and from various industries, including education, science and publishing, register at http://iannotate.org.
Evident Point is proud to have the members of our team participate in international events, including the most recent DPub 2018 summit in Berlin, as well as the upcoming I Annotate 2018 conference. As experts in the field, we understand the importance of providing members of our team with an opportunity to meet and share experience with progressive professionals like themselves.
For more information, please visit the official website of I Annotate 2018: http://iannotate.org
We are happy to announce that Evident Point’s founder Yuri Khramov is going to participate at the Digital Publishing Summit Europe 2018.
The DPub Summit is taking place in Berlin on May 16th and 17th. This event will be focused on giving participants an opportunity to share and discuss latest innovations and technological advances in the publishing industry, covering topics such as EPUB 3 interoperability & Readium LCP. Join Yuri for his presentation to learn more about Readium NG and its updates, covering the new iteration of a web-based Readium EPUB navigator, view system, and reading system component.
Evident Point is excited to be a part of this event and to be able to share our experience & professional knowledge as Readium experts. We are very proud of the contribution our team is making to the Readium 1 and would be happy to share our expertise and provide commercial consultations to those building their own readers.
To find more information about the DPub Summit, please visit its official page: https://www.edrlab.org/dpub-summit-2018/
The W3C EPUB 3 Community Group has started work on EPUB 3.2 spec. The main goal – gracefully roll back some of the changes in EPUB 3.1 and create a specification that is fully backward compatible with EPUB 3.0.1, while still retaining most features introduced in EPUB 3.1.
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We are pleased to announce that Federal Service for the Oversight of Consumer Protection and Welfare of Russian Federation (Rospotrebnadzor) launched a distant training system for its employees based on ActiveTextbook.
Continue reading Rospotrebnadzor Launched a DL System Based on Active Textbook
It is no secret that studying can be challenging: browsing through endless textbook pages, taking notes and highlighting half of the page with a yellow sharpie.“Sometimes studying is boring, just deal with it” is what students are taught to accept as an inevitable rule. But does studying actually have to be boring?
Sometimes, it can be. However, with Active Textbook students can reduce those occurrences to a minimum. Learn how…