Single Source Publishing - Basis, Systems and Tools — A 1 day course
With an ever-increasing quantity of information, we often feel as if we are drowning in a flood of data.
Neither producers nor users have the quantity of data under control, and we are always looking for ways of restricting the volume of information so that we can get a clear overview.
Single source publishing is a strategy that promises to be effective. Single source publishing means that contents are created only once and maintained in a central location but can be used and distributed as often as required in different formats.
The contents need to be modularised appropriately for successful single source publishing.
This course covers the important basics of single-source publishing. You will be introduced to the systems and tools for single-source publishing and shown specific examples.
After the course, you will be able to design a single-source solution and select the appropriate tools to meet your demands.
People working in the technical editing field and who are responsible for development, distribution and training.
No previous knowledge is required.
This course has been retired and is no longer available.
Courses in this subject are scheduled on request. We can arrange a course at our training centre in Goethestrasse, Munich or on customer site.
For courses at our training centre in Munich, the fee will be:
- £440 + VAT per delegate (prices subject to change)
Group discounts are available for groups of 2 or more paticipants.
On-site course fees are as above + expenses recharged at cost.
What does single source publishing mean?
What do current solutions offer
- From online to paper
- From paper to online
- Integrated development environment
- Use of XML
- Content management systems
What do future solutions look like
- Guidelines for structuring
- Overview of single source publishing systems