May 7th, 2012
Repeated August 21, 2012
Aaron Perrell, Instructional Technologist, Wyoming Distance Learning Center
Robert Sprague, Associate Professor in Management and Marketing
Robin Hill, Coordinator of Instructional Computing, and Adjunct in Philosophy
Intended audience and reading systems, input formats, publisher's requirements
Graphs, figures, and tables; notation; table of contents and index; footnotes or endnotes; internal cross-references and external links, Libraries proxy.
|Method||Project||Authoring and Organizing||Transforming to EBook|
|Free and Simple||Course materials packet for Logic I, from course website
|Amaya editor to write XHTML (materials assembled from course website)
||Sigil to create EPub|
|Scrivener (for organization) to MS Word||
|Technical||Textbook with notation,
||Text editor to write LaTeX, TtH to convert to HTML||Sigil to create EPub|
The second workshop in this series, Writing Your Own Textbook: Distribution, is tentatively scheduled for August 22nd.