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From: Iza Bartosiewicz
Date: Wed, Feb 18 2015 7:29PM
Subject: Advice on creating accessible e-books
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Just a quick thank you to everyone, who responded to my question about
accessible ebooks. We've got a decent collection of references
<https://delicious.com/rmitaccessibility/ebooks> [1] to draw on.

And in case you've missed the news, Amazon has recently released a new
Kindle Textbook Creator <https://kdp.amazon.com/edu> [2] targeting
educational providers. Here's one of the reviews: Amazon's New Kindle
Textbook Creator Takes A Different Approach From iBooks Author

I quickly scanned their Frequently Asked Questions
<https://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html?docId02998671> [4] and Publishing
Guidelines (PDF)
<http://kindlegen.s3.amazonaws.com/AmazonKindlePublishingGuidelines.pdf>; [5]
looking for information on accessibility, but without any luck. If you
agree that accessibility belongs in Kindle's FAQs and publishing
guidelines, there is one way to put it in there...
Here's the email address: = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED =



[1] https://delicious.com/rmitaccessibility/ebooks
[2] https://kdp.amazon.com/edu
[4] https://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html?docId02998671
[5] http://kindlegen.s3.amazonaws.com/AmazonKindlePublishingGuidelines.pdf

Iza Bartosiewicz
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RMIT University

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