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HTML5 Case Study 9: WordDown: A Word-to-HTML5 Conversion Tool

Author: Peter Sefton

HTML5 Case Study 9: WordDown: A Word-to-HTML5 Conversion Tool

1. About This Case Study

Target Audience

The main audience for this work is tool developers building authoring systems, repositories and publishing infrastructure for academic documents.

HTML5 Case Study 8: Conventions and Guidelines for Scholarly HTML5 Documents

Author: Peter Sefton

HTML5 Case Study 6: 3Dactyl: Using WebGL to Represent Human Movement in 3D

Author: Stephen Gray

HTML5 Case Study 5: The HTML5-Based e-Lecture Framework

Author: Qingqi Wang

HTML5 Case Study 4: Visualising Embedded Metadata

Author: Mark MacGillivray

HTML5 Case Study 2: CWD: The Common Web Design

Author: Alex Bilbie

HTML5 Case Study 1: Semantics and Metadata: Machine Understandable Documents

Author: Sam Adams

1 About This Case Study

Institutions and researchers need to maintain and grow their reputations: this means increasing the exposure of their research outputs on the web. Embedding machine understandable metadata into their Web sites will do this by making them more visible, easier to discover and increasing their uses.

The benefits of such approaches for institutions are:

HTML5 Case Studies: Introduction

Case studies illustrating development approaches to use of HTML5 and related Open Web Platform standards in the UK Higher Education sector.

Author: Brian Kelly

1. About This Document

This document provides an introduction to a series of HTML5 case studies which were commissioned by the JISC. The document gives an introduction to HTML5 and related standards developed by the W3C and explains why these developments represent a significant development to Web standards, which is of more significance than previous incremental developments to HTML and CSS.

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