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A modular methodology for converting large, complex books into usable, accessible and standards-compliant ebooks

Dawson, A. and McCulloch, E. (2006) A modular methodology for converting large, complex books into usable, accessible and standards-compliant ebooks. Guide or manual. Arts and Humanities Data Service, London.

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This report describes the methodology used for ebook creation for the Glasgow Digital Library (GDL), and provides detailed instructions on how the same methodology could be used elsewhere. The document includes a description and explanation of the processes for ebook creation followed by a tutorial.