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Digital media are changing the ways in which books are produced and consumed. In their wide diversity, digital "books" (from enhanced ebooks, to story apps, to game books) challenge the borderlines between books and other forms of digital media. Digital books simultaneously diverge from print books, drawing on other genres and conventions linked to digital affordances, but are also remediating print books, in terms of content, genre conventions, aesthetics, and so on. This presentation starts proposing a typology of digital books that takes into account media convergence, multimodality and remediation from print. Which, by the way, the author thinks will never die out!
Benoȋt Berthou, University of Paris 13 (LABSIC)
Ernst-Peter Biesalski, HTWK, Leipzig
Alberto Cadioli, University of Milan
Pascal Durand, University of Liège
Miha Kovač, University of Ljubljana
Angus Phillips, Oxford Brookes University (Oxford International Centre for Publishing Studies)
Adriaan van der Weel, University of Leiden
Association for Publishing Education
Federation of European Publishers
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