A while back, we announced a partnership with ReadSpeaker, a leading provider of text-to-speech software. We're really excited to see how our customers have been using the capability to make their ebooks and other content more accessible to users with vision impairments and other handicaps… as well as more engaging for all kinds of users. Check out what Gibbs Smith is doing with their history textbooks in the video below, and request a demo if you'd like to learn more about how they did it.
When the Collected Papers of Albert Einstein went live on Tizra a few years ago, it was a huge step forward. Suddenly, anyone anywhere could search and access the output of one of the 20th Century’s great minds…from love letters to breakthrough articles that changed how we think about the nature of time and space. But the project also showed the limits of traditional tools for searching within large, complex publications. These limits sparked a collaboration with Princeton University Press and Einstein Papers Project editors, which this year resulted in a dynamic new search interface, which we’ll be demonstrating in a Webcast Friday, December 15 at 1pm ET . The interface not only makes it easier for Einstein researchers to home in on relevant content on both mobile devices and desktops, it points the way toward faster, better searching within a wide range of publication types, from reference books to periodicals, technical documentation and standards to textbooks. Click To Re