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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:
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