Ebooks: standards and formats

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EPUB, Mobi, PDF, Kindle, iBooks - what does it all mean for readers of digital content? This session takes a layman's look at proprietary formats and standards in ebooks helping us to make sense of it all.

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Ebooks: standards and formats

  1. 1. Standards & Formats
  2. 2. James ClayILT & Learning Resources Manager Gloucestershire College elearningstuff.net @jamesclay
  3. 3. Books
  4. 4. http://www.flickr.com/photos/spencereholtaway/2273333867
  5. 5. http://www.flickr.com/photos/lochaven/2588186224/
  6. 6. http://www.flickr.com/photos/linnybinnypix/1189891134/in/photostream/
  7. 7. http://www.flickr.com/photos/erichands/3547142390
  8. 8. eBooks
  9. 9. eBook Readers
  10. 10. 1935
  11. 11. 1974
  12. 12. What should I buy?
  13. 13. Devices
  14. 14. Kindle Android ViewsonicNexus 7 iPad Azbooka KoboiPad mini Sony Read Cybook er Nook Ki ndle tou ch Nook Color iPod touch Kindle DX j etBook Windows Linux iPhone Fox it eSlick ArchosOynx Boox Win dows Phone Windows RT Mac OS X Kindle Fire
  15. 15. Formats
  16. 16. Archos Reader Mobipock et DjVu TEBR Repligo DA ISYTEI Lite Multimedia eBook eReader EPUB TealDocFictionBook Tom e RaiderHTML BBeB Plain Text PDF Open eBook Kindle Plucker iBooksMicrosoft Reader Postscript
  17. 17. FormatCapabilities
  18. 18. DRM Support Image Sup port Table Support Audio SupportInteractivity Word wrapping Open Sta ndard ng Video SupportBookmarki Annotatio n Suppor Web t
  19. 19. DeviceCapabilities
  20. 20. DRM Support Images 3G Tables Card Reader Tou ch screen Storage Audio To uch Word wrappingColour Screen WiFi Video Te xt to Speech USB Dictionar Web Browser y
  21. 21. Making itsimple...
  22. 22. That’s not simple...
  23. 23. Formats
  24. 24. EPUB
  25. 25. EPUB2
  26. 26. EPUB3
  27. 27. PDF
  28. 28. HTML
  29. 29. Mobi
  30. 30. iBooks
  31. 31. Readers
  32. 32. http://www.flickr.com/photos/bike/3336040653
  33. 33. Kindle
  34. 34. iPad
  35. 35. iPad mini
  36. 36. Mac
  37. 37. Windows
  38. 38. What do youwant to do?
  39. 39. http://www.flickr.com/photos/loneblackrider/1716304120
  40. 40. Read
  41. 41. Create
  42. 42. Lending
  43. 43. http://www.flickr.com/photos/gubatron/2256923510
  44. 44. Delivery
  45. 45. http://www.flickr.com/photos/edans/4006273845/
  46. 46. Usage
  47. 47. Compatibility
  48. 48. DRM
  49. 49. Authentication
  50. 50. http://www.flickr.com/photos/leonardlow/310039863/
  51. 51. The Future
  52. 52. Updating
  53. 53. Dynamic
  54. 54. Awareness
  55. 55. Standards & Formats
  56. 56. James ClayILT & Learning Resources Manager Gloucestershire College elearningstuff.net @jamesclay
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