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Publications (books, articles, blog posts, etc)
Greg Albers (Hol Art Books), “Art Publishers, Artists and E-Books: A Bibliographic Primer“, EPUB e-book from the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) conference, March 29-April 2, 2012.
Greg Albers (Hol Art Books), “What E-Books Can Do For Photobooks“, EPUB e-book from the Society for Photographic Education (SPE) conference, March 22-25, 2012.
Getty Foundation, “Moving Museum Catalogues Online: interim report for the Getty Foundation’s Online Scholarly Catalogue Initiative,” March 2012.
Nik Honeysett (The Getty), “The Future of Museum Scholarly Catalogues,” American Society for Information Science and Technology Bulletin (Feb.-March 2012).
Sarah Hromack (Whitney Museum of American Art) and Rachel Craft (Indianapolis Museum of Art), “From the Ground Up (or the Inside Out): New Approaches in Digital Publishing,” Museums and the Web 2012 Proceedings.
Christina Kamposiori, “Digital Infrastructure for Art Historical Research: Thinking about User Need,” Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA 2012), London, July 2012.
Celeste Martin and Jonathan Aitken, “Evolving Definitions of Authorship in Ebook Design,” ELPUB 2012. Social Shaping of Digital Publishing: Exploring the Interplay between Culture and Technology, 16th International Conference on Electronic Publishing 14-15 June 2012, Guimaraes, Portugal.
Caren Milloy, Graham Stone, and Ellen Collins, “OAPEN-UK: An Open Access Business Model for Scholarly Monographs in the Humanities and Social Sciences,” ELPUB 2012. Social Shaping of Digital Publishing: Exploring the Interplay between Culture and Technology, 16th International Conference on Electronic Publishing 14-15 June 2012, Guimaraes, Portugal.
Craig Mod, “Hack the Cover: Covers, Covers–Everywhere,” May 2012.
Social Shaping of Digital Publishing: Exploring the Interplay Between Culture and Technology, Proceedings from the 16th International Conference on Electronic Publishing, Ana Alice Baptista, Peter Linde, Niklas Lavesson, Miguel Abrunhosa de Brito, 2012.
Sara Wachter-Boettcher, Content Everywhere: Strategy and Structure for Future-Ready Content. Rosenfeld Media, New York, 2012.
Greg Albers (Hol Art Books), “Beautiful Art
Books“, EPUB e-book from Books in Browsers Conference, October 26-28, 2011.
“Sustaining Scholarly Publishing: New Business Models for University Presses: A Report of the AAUP Task Force on Economic Models for Scholarly Publishing,” Sustaining Scholarly Publishing, March 2011.
Ballon, H., & Westermann, M. (2006). Art History and Its Publications in the Electronic Age. New York City: Columbia University. Retrieved from http://cnx.org/content/col10376/1.1/
L. McGill (2006, September 22). The State of Scholarly Publishing in the History of Art and Architecture. Retrieved from the Connexions Web site: http://cnx.org/content/col10377/1.2/
Craig Mod, “Books in the Age of the iPad,” March 2010.
Craig Mod, ”Embracing the Digital Book,” April 2010.
M. Whalen (2009). What’s Wrong With This Picture? An Examination of Art Historians’ Attitudes About Electronic Publishing Opportunities and the Consequences of Their Continuing Love Affair with Print. Art Documentation, 28(no 2), 13-22.
O’Reilly Media / Tools of Change Books
O’Reilly Media and their conference arm Tools of Change for Publishing, have a growing list of books devoted to digital publishing, many available for free, that are worth checking out:
Todd Sattersten, Every Book Is a Startup: The New Business of Publishing, July 2011.
Hugh McGuire and Brian O’Leary, Book: A Futurist’s Manifesto: A Collection of Essays from the Bleeding Edge of Publishing, October 2011.
Peter Myers, Breaking the Page: Preview Edition, December 2011.
Nellie McKesson and Adam Witwer, Publishing with iBooks Author: An Introduction to Creating Ebooks for the iPad, February 2012.
Sanders Kleinfeld, HTML5 for Publishers, October 2011.
Matt Garrish, What is EPUB 3?: An Introduction to the EPUB Specification for Multimedia Publishing, September 2011.
Matt Garrish, Accessible EPUB 3: Best Practices for Creating Universally Usable Content, February 2012.
Matt Garrish and Markus Gylling, EPUB 3 Best Practices, February 2013.
Slideshows and Other Resources
Anne Kostick, Louis Rosenfeld, Victor Lombardi, Whitney Quesenbery, “UX Meets EBook: Usability Professionals Improve the Digital Reading Experience,” Slideshow from 2012 Tools of Change for Publishing Conference.
Tim Carmody, “Changing Times, Changing Readers: Let’s Start with Experience,” Slideshow from Tools of Change for Publishing 2012.
Elizabeth Castro, “ePub in the Wild,” Slideshow from Tools of Change for Publishing 2012.
“Designing Interactive Reading Environments for the Online Scholarly Edition,” Panel from the Digital Humanities Conference 2012.
Amanda Gomm and Tom McCluskey (Digital Bindery), “Down and Dirty ePub 3.0: Building an ePub from Start to Finish,” Slideshow from Tools of Change for Publishing 2012.
Hugh McGuire (PressBooks), “5 Experiments Every Publisher Should be Doing Today,” Slideshow from International Digital Publishing Forum (June 2012).
Peter Meyers, “Breaking the Page: Designing for Infinite Canvases,” Recording from International Digital Publishing Forum (June 2012).
Liz Neely (Art Institute of Chicago), “Digitizing Your Publishing Practice,” Slideshow from National Museum Publishing Seminar June 2012.
Sam Quigley and Liz Neely (Art Institute of Chicago), “Online Scholarly Catalogues at the Art Institute of Chicago,” Slideshow from Museums and the Web Conference, April 11-14, 2012.
Dana Newman, “The Changing World of Digital Rights & Publishing Agreements,” Slideshow from 2012 Tools of Change for Publishing Conference.
Michael Rankin, “Renovating Print Assets for Digital Publishing,” Slideshow from 2012 Tools of Change for Publishing Conference.
Ernie Sander, “Emerging Models for Content Monetization,” Recording from International Digital Publishing Forum (June 2012).
Ana Vela (National Geographic Learning), “Case Study: Experimenting with Print-to-Digital Publishing Models.” Slideshow from Tools of Change for Publishing Conference, February 15, 2012.
Hugh McGuire (PressBooks), “The Beauty of Web-First Workflows (for Books),” Slidshow from Books in Browsers Conference, October 26-28, 2011.