EPUB 3 Best Practice
The first Editors Draft of EPUB Accessibility 1.0 has been published at http://www.idpf.org/epub/a11y/
The EPUB 3 Working Group is pleased to announce that the third Editor's Draft of EPUB 3.1 is now available for community review. This draft is feature complete, and all open issues in the tracker have been addressed. The Working Group is looking to publish the first formal Public Draft of the EPUB 3.1 specification by early September, and meanwhile encourages any community feedback on the work to date.
The BISG Quick Start Guide to Accessible Publishing is now available for download. This document serves as the model for best practices in creating accessible digital content for those who live with disabilities. It offers an easy-to-understand introduction to the basics of accessibility and the market advantages to publishers for adopting best practices.
EPUBZone are very excited to report the announcement that Google Doc Files can now be exported as EPUB Publications. This is important news for the EPUB ecosystem and for the overall accessibility of documents and learning resources.
Taken from the announcement on http://googleappsupdates.blogspot.co.uk
The EPUB 3 Working Group is pleased to announce that the first Editor's Draft of EPUB 3.1 is now available for community review. A condensed summary of the changes being put forward for review is available in the EPUB 3.1 Changes from 3.0.1 document. The approach taken in this first draft of propositioning potentially controversial changes, in effect as 'trial balloons", makes timely feedback even more important.