Electronic Devices

ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING

Electronic publishing or ePublishing includes Digital Publication of:

•e-books
•Electronic Articles
•development of digital libraries and Catalogues

Electronic publishing has become common in scientific publishing
Peer reviewed paper scientific journals are in the process of being replaced by electronic publishing

Distribution via the Internet is nowadays strongly associated with electronic publishing,

There are many non network electronic publications such as Encyclopedias on CD and DVD, as well as technical and reference publications relied on by mobile users and others without reliable and high speed access to a network.
One of the huge benefits to ePublishing is the speed in which an article can be published.
After an article is submitted to a journal for consideration, there can ba a delay from any where between several months to two years before it is published.

Amazon Kindle

  • Is a software and hardware platform
  • Developed by Amazon.com
  • Used for rendering and displaying of e-books and other digital media
  • There are three hardware versions that support this platform
  1. Kindle
  2. Kindle 2
  3. Kindle DX

Adobe Acrobat

  • Family of computer programs
  • Developed by Adobe Systems

Designed to:

  • View
  • Create
  • Manipulate
  • Manage

Files in Adobes Portable Document Format (PDF)

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