XML in Publishing 2017



XML can help publishers tackle managerial as well as technical challenges. It provides ways to manage the workflow, the interaction between content and people, and the publishing processes, as well as the documents themselves. The features of XML ensure that information and its structure can be controlled and managed.

This course presents a range of XML techniques and applications in workflow, change management, QA, linked data, and document structure control to help publishers manage their content effectively.

The Hands-on Digital Publishing course provides hands-on material that complements this course.

This course is chaired by Peter Flynn and taught by Nic Gibson, Norm Walsh, and Tony Graham.

Classes for 2017

The XML in Publishing course runs on and .