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Navigation Structures in e-Book Design in the Verso Engine: An Exploration of a 2D Physics Development Platform for Mobile Interactive Content

This paper discusses the potential for alternative e-book structures in interactive children’s content. The project is based on an exploration of a 2D-physics toolset for the creation of book apps.

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Published online: July 13, 2015

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The Biographizing Trend in Popular Science Writing

The past two decades have seen the rise of an apparently new non-fiction writing, that of popular science branded as "biography," where the "subject" of the biography is an "object."

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Published online: July 13, 2015

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Multimodal Books in a Tertiary Context: Bridging the Gap between Traditional Book Arts and New Technologies

This research addresses a growing need for digital literacy and multimodal fluency in tertiary Graphic Design education to bridge the analogue/digital divide

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Published online: June 16, 2015

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The Development of Chinese e-Book Standards and Platforms in Taiwan

This research found that EPUB, a free and open e-book standard by the International Digital Publishing Forum, has not been widely adopted as the Chinese e-book standard.

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Published online: June 16, 2015

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The International Journal of the Book , Volume 12, Issue 3-4, June 2015

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Son of Italy, Stepson of Sisyphus: Reappraising the Immigrant Experience as an Existential Dilemma

As an immigrant narrative, Pascal D'Angelo's "Son of Italy" differs in how his experience becomes an existential dilemma shaped by fruitless labor, thus addressing an issue many face today.

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Published online: June 9, 2015

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Kafka as a Framework for Understanding Warde's Crystal Goblet: The Author as Reader and the Design of the Printed Page

This considers the parallels between the author as reader inherent in the work of Franz Kafka, and the self-conscious invisibility of the discipline of typography as described by Beatrice Warde.

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Published online: June 9, 2015

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Aphoristic Tradition in the Digital Age

The aphorism is a form that has long resisted cultural assimilation. Compressed media would seem to obscure the aphorism's future. A refocusing on its essential properties shows its continued vitality.

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Selection in Web Archives: The Value of Archival Best Practices

This paper addresses the difficulty of applying archival principles to web materials, and options for resolving technical limitations by relying on the archival principles of provenance and original order.

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International Journal of the Book , Volume 13, Issue 1, March 2015

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