Posts tagged: digital print

From Textbooks to Tablets: South Korea’s Education System Goes Digital by 2015

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 Jul 6, 2011

Students in South Korea will have a much lighter backpack in the next four years. According to a South Korean online news site, all of South Korea’s educational materials will be delivered via electronic devices by 2015. The South Korean government aims to convert all paper textbooks into digital versions, and increase online classes so students can continue their studies outside of school. South Korea’s Education Ministry plans to use smart phones, tablet PCs, and smart televisions to deliver the entire school curriculum though a cloud-based system, which will allow students to download textbooks on their tablets. Read more »

Finch: A Service, Not Just a Substrate

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 May 27, 2011

Media matters. That is the latest marketing push from Finch as the company unveils its digital paper program. The objective of the program is to research and identify the right paper selection for different digital print applications, providing customers with tailored solutions that produce higher quality print jobs at a reduced cost. Customers will be able to collaborate with the digital paper program team to identify the correct paper solution for their printing needs.   Read more »

O’Reilly Tools of Change: Publishing Beyond Boundaries

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 Feb 17, 2011

For the 5th year, O’Reilly hosted its Tools of Change Conference; selling out for the 4th year in a row. Amongst the many publishers was a plethora of information pertaining to eBooks, enhancements, and apps (Oh My!). In addition to keynotes and sessions was a showcase from a variety of vendors and conference sponsors including Ingram, codeMantra, aptara, and MarkLogic.

As in many traditionally print-centric industries, publishing is changing at a speed that was unimaginable even five years ago. After the Apple iPad was released in 2010, a large number of e-reader and tablet devices hit the market trying to grab a piece of this emerging market. Skip Prichard, President of Ingram, said in his keynote that for every 100 paperback books there are 115 Kindles. Read more »

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