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Welcome to the Digital and Multimedia Publishing guide. This guide contains information on creating digital books and exhibits as well as interactive map and timelines.
Before you start
Embarking on a digital project requires planning. Before you start this project we recommend considering the following questions:
Do not try to adapt a print project to a digital medium; instead, conceive your project digitally so it can make the best use of the opportunities digital tools afford.
Ensure you have a plan for the content and organization of your project before you start working on your chosen platform. Use post-its or drawings to illustrate your content plan.
Because a digital project is available to a wider audience you need to consider these practical and ethical implications:
Are you interested in using some of these tools in your classes? Talk to us! We can help you with tool selection, assignment design, and more.
Consultations are available by appointment or during office hours in the Digital Scholarship Hub.
For Winter 2020 office hours are:
January 23rd, 10am-12pm
February 27th, 10am-12pm
March 19th, 10am-12pm