EPUBCheck: W3C Announces Release of Version 4.2.5 and New Website

W3C are pleased to announce the latest production-ready release of EPUBCheck, version 4.2.5, providing support for checking conformance to the EPUB 3.2 family of specifications. This is a maintenance release. Full details and release notes are available at [https://github.com/w3c/epubcheck/releases/tag/v4.2.5. They…

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DAISY Publishes White Paper on the Benefits of EPUB 3

The DAISY Consortium has published a white paper encouraging the use of Born Accessible EPUB 3 files for corporate, government and university publications and documents. This important piece of work recognizes the work of the publishing industry who have embraced EPUB 3  as their…

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The Accessible EPUB Ecosystem in Action: Following the Journey from Publisher to Student (W)

In our series of free weekly webinars July 8th saw a session about the journey accessible EPUB publications take to ultimately be delivered to students in their education establishments and our speakers came from organizations involved throughout this journey. This page…

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Describing Images in Publications—Guidance, Best Practices and the Promise of Technology (W)

In our series of free weekly webinars June 17th saw a session focused on the process of authoring quality image descriptions which are essential for accessibility. This page contains: Full Video of the Webinar Speaker Information Session Overview Related Resources Full…

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Publishing, Accessibility, W3C Standards. Where Are We Going? (W)

In our series of free weekly webinars  June 3rd saw a session focused on the future of the W3C, entitled Publishing, Accessibility, W3C Standards. Where Are We Going? The EPUB 3 standard can support accessibility to a degree never seen before. It’s…

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