New Models for Content Creation: the Open Publishing Guide

Rachael Gootnick, Project Lead and Designer of Open Publishing Guide, Open Publishing Lab (OPL) @RIT describes the Open Publishing Guide, an important tool for civic leaders and their communities, organizations, and government to strengthen information sharing in education, economic, and workforce development.

The Open Publishing Guide (OPG) is an aid to people interested in self publishing. OPG is a repository of self publishing information such as:  book templates to advice about self-publishing processes, an online coaching process of how to publish, an archive of print on demand services, and  publishing resources available in the public domain.


Link: opl.rit.edu/project/open-publishing-guide

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