E-publishing Trends

Electronic publishing refers to the digital publication of e-books and electronic articles and the development of digital libraries and catalogues. E-publishing is a growing phenomenon which uses innovative technologies to enable individuals, scholars and communities to establish contacts, exchange data, and share knowledge. Many works, especially scientific journals and popular works of fiction are increasingly only published online. This collection of websites is intended to reflect this growing trend and includes e-books, a publisher's online addenda to a printed book, an experiment in the novel as a blog and sites about the impact of digital technologies upon writing.

Sites (26)

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  1. Brave New World
  2. British Library Blogs: UK Web Archive
  3. Chris Joseph
  4. crissxross
  5. DIFFUSION eBooks
  6. Digital Artists' Handbook
  7. Dreaming Methods
  8. Edna Healey - Source, Notes and Corrections to the Hardback for Emma Darwin by Edna Healey
  9. eggbaconchipsandbeans
  10. Email Britain
  11. Fusion View
  12. Great Works
  13. Gwerddon
  14. I Beatrice. The Novel as Blog; an Online Experiment
  15. In Search of Oldton
  16. James Webb
  17. NiceCupOfTeaAndASitDown
  18. Open and Shut?
  19. Spine Breakers
  20. Sue Thomas

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