The EPUB file format is quickly emerging as the leading format for eBooks. New software tools make it easier than ever to create EPUBs from Adobe InDesign and MS Word.
In this two-day concentrated Master Class with Bevi Chagnon, you'll learn how to convert your InDesign print layout files to various forms of EPUBs.
In class projects will include basic and more complex designs, giving you experience with real-world examples. And of course, you're welcome to bring your own files to class to work on during the after-class open lab.
This is an intermediate-level class that focuses ONLY only on making EPUBs from InDesign. You must have solid InDesign skills and be able to create master pages and paragraph styles in order to attend.
Bring your InDesign projects to class and work on them during the extended lab time, 4 to 5 pm.
|Hours:||9:00 am - 4:00 pm + extended lab time|
|Where:||PubCom's training lab in Takoma Park|
|Platforms:||Windows and Mac|
|CEUs:||1.2 CEUs, certificate awarded|
|Books:||Textbook and PubCom's workbook|
|Registration:||•> Register for classroom or live-online attendance|
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|•> More details about registration|
|Discounts:||•> Returning students and groups, email us for price code.|
|GOVT:||•> Email us for our government price code and payment options.|
An Ebook is a generic term that refers to any digital or electronic version of a document, including:
The EUPB format is a non-proprietary industry-standard file format that was developed by IDPF (International Digital Publishing Forum, www.idpf.org). It's fairly universal and EPUB files can be read on nearly every type or brand of device as long it has the correct software.
This class covers this in more detail.
Returning students receive a 5% discount off all future classes.
Group rates are available. Just ask us!
PubCom's hands-on computer classes include self-paced practice time after class, from 4 - 5pm. Although our instructors are available for assistance, the extended lab period is intended to give you a chance to practice what was covered in class, delve into additional topics, and hone your skills in the software.