Editoria™ is a web-based open source, end-to-end, authoring, editing and workflow tool that presses and library publishers can leverage to create modern, format-flexible, standards compliant, book-length works.  Funded by the Mellon Foundation, Editoria™ is a project of the University of California Press and the California Digital Library.



Meeting authors where they already do work, Editoria will ingest files from Microsoft Word and automatically transform & encode style information.
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Familiar tools and a ‘what you see is what you get’ environment will enable authors and editors to collaborate more efficiently on copyediting, typesetting and proofreading.
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Configurable stages let editors establish goals and deadlines, with flexible assignment, communication and permission functionality.
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Native XML / HTML framework means typesetting happens on the fly — eliminating the need to track changes across multiple versions and formats.
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Open Source

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Editoria is built on the PubSweet framework, in partnership with the Collaborative Knowledge Foundation.
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Editoria is supported by advisory board members at eight institutions, but our development is informed by any user interested in streamlining book production. [join us]

We’ll be adding more information about Editoria™ soon.

In the mean time, you’re welcome to join our mailing list to receive project updates.

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Development of Editoria™ is made possible by a generous grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.



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