El.pub Analytic Issue Number 15
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Analytic 15 - Looking back - seven years of El.pub (Part 2)
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This edition of Analytic continues last month's look back at seven years of the EL.pub news service and digital media R&D. We finished by noting a number of major themes:
Authoring tools and methods
Content management and digital rights management
User centred design and interfaces
Multimedia and the web
Search and access
Interoperability and standards
Educational publishing, GIS and other application areas
Cutting across these themes, which are connected closely with the value chain for digital media, are some general ideas that have been an important factor in determining the direction of R&D:
The knowledge economy / 'new' economics
In the first of these two articles we suggested that the Web is not an R&D breakthrough but a coming together of a number of earlier trends and that apart from its part in e-commerce it has not had the impact that was at first forecast. In this second part we will look at R&D during the last seven years and whether it is likely to move the Web to a new level.
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