Monthly Archives: May 2011

Making EPUB from WordPress (and other) web collections

Background As part of Workpackage 3 I have been looking at WordPress as a way of creating scholarly monographs. This post carries on from the last couple, but it’s not really about EPUB or about WordPress, it’s about interoperability and … Continue reading

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A view from academia on digital humanities research

This is a guest blog post from Charlotte Hastings which describes a event recently held at the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) looking at the impact of the digital humanities. Charlotte is a graduate … Continue reading

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Anthologize: a WordPress based collection tool

In this post I’ll look at Anthologize. Anthologize lets you write or import content into a WordPress instance, organise the ‘parts’ of your ‘project’ and publish to PDF or EPUB, HTML or into TEI XML format. This is what I … Continue reading

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WordPress

Introduction So far in the jiscPUB project I have been looking at word processing applications and EPUB, as well as how repositories and other web applications might support EPUB document production. One of the tasks in workpackage 3 is to … Continue reading

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How to add EPUB support to EPrints

In a previous post here on the jiscPUB project I said it would be good for the EPrints repository software to support EPUB uploads. I’d love to do something with a repository – I’m thinking that it would be great to … Continue reading

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