The application comes with a modern digital publishing workflow that makes it super convenient for anyone to publish their digital content.
QuickAuthor enables you to create, use and preserve your digital resources through its built-in digital asset repository. Add metadata, store, archive and manage your digital resources.
The built-in WYSIWYG eTextbook enrichment tool allows you to add enrichments and quizzes to your content through a simple drag and drop action
Infuse life into your content through digital enrichments that can be embedded inline. Add videos, audio, images, animations and HTML5 simulations and interactivities and more.
Whether your customers use a smartphone, tablet or a personal computer, you can make your content accessible through a single click of a button. No need to publish separate content formats for different platforms or devices.
Yes. OpenPage allows you to directly import PDFs. These PPDFs are converted to an EPUB on the fly through an automated process.
Yes. OpenPage comes with version control facility.
Each book in OpenPage has a 3-part version number (A.B.C). This version number is automatically maintained by QuickAuthor. Depending on what the publisher does with the book, different components of the version number get incremented:
A component: changes when base book changes (i.e. a new EPUB is uploaded).
B component: changes when enrichments or quizzes are added / edited / removed. This will also change with remediation sections getting added/edited.
C component: changes when book meta-data changes.
Yes. Using QuickAuthor one can:
Fixed Layout ebooks
Reflow layout ebooks
QuickAuthor allows you to:
Yes. The Add Glossary terms option in QuickAuthor allows you to add terms, provide descriptions and explain them further through multimedia such as audio and images.
Yes. OpenPage includes a quiz authoring framework that allows you to authir different types of question through the use of pre-defined templates.
What question types are currently supported by OpenPage?
Publisher EPUBs are delivered to devices (iOS & Android) as a secure archive that can only be read by OpenPage. Even if a user accessed the fileStore and reads the encrypted EPUB file, they would not be able to use it outside the OpenPage environment.