Innovation, design, usability, content, consistency and excellence are all key elements of successful digital publishing projects, and educational digital publishing is no exception.
The 2014 Digital Book Awards (formerly known as the Publishing Innovation Awards) are now open for nominations. If you’re involved with some excellent digital work going on in the education space, consider entering the Digital Book Awards today.
To gain a bit of insight into the current state of digital educational media, DBW reached out to Ira Wolfman, president and chief consultant at POE Communications: Educational Content Development and Print-to-Digital Transformation.
Wolfman has spent his “career creating groundbreaking media for children, parents, and teachers across digital and print platforms.”
As he explains: “I launched my consulting business, POE Communications, last year (2012), after I had spent more than 20 years directing content development at Weekly Reader and at the publishing division of Sesame Workshop.
“My team at POE consists of 20 editors, designers, and web producers, all of them with extensive experience in the education and multimedia fields. Over the past year, we’ve worked with the children’s media company Highlights for Children, the reading-comprehension website readworks.org, and Woodburn Press, a publisher of study-skills advice materials, among others. We specialize in creating …read more

Via: Digital Book World