The 15th Annual eXtyles User Group Meeting (XUG 2019) was held on November 7, 2019, at the Revere Hotel in Boston, MA. Read a summary of the meeting, or click on presentation titles below to access the slides!
What's New and What's Next
An overview of recent eXtyles developments and the first look at what’s ahead.
Elizabeth Blake, Inera
Cool eXtyles Features You Can Use Right Now!
Whether you’re a brand-new eXtyles user or a veteran, chances are there’s a feature or function you already have but could be getting more out of. From Activation to Post-Processing Cleanup, this session is all free tips all the time!
Sylvia Izzo Hunter, Inera
Approaching 20 Years of eXtyles
In this panel discussion, we ask four long-term eXtyles customers how their use of eXtyles has changed over the years (and how it might continue to evolve). Q&A will be followed by smaller group discussions of eXtyles workflows.
Christina Hampton, CFA Institute
Monica Mungle, JAMA Network
Rob O’Donnell, Rockefeller University Press
Margaret Perkins, New England Journal of Medicine
That's a Good Question! Inera Customer Support
What’s it like to work in eXtyles/Edifix support? What kinds of support queries do we typically get? What do we do with all the information and files we ask you for?
Jennifer Seifert, Inera
Accessibility in Publishing
This guest presentation will tackle a crucial topic for anyone involved in publishing or content creation: Making your documents accessible to everyone who may need to interact with them.
Madeleine Rothberg, WGBH Boston
Industry Updates & Meeting Wrap-Up
This perennially popular session features Bruce Rosenblum’s whirlwind tour of everything that’s new, exciting, and controversial in the worlds of publishing and technology!
Bruce Rosenblum, Inera
Concurrent 1: Journal Workflows
Publishing Spooktacular: Platform Migrations
Karie Kirkpatrick, American Physiological Society
What Is JATS 2.0, and Should You Be Worried?
Debbie Lapeyre, Mulberry Technologies
The Essential Future of Open Data and How Publishers Must Help
Brooks Hanson, American Geophysical Union
Concurrent 2: Complex Content
eXtyles to the Rescue! Administrative Code, DITA and an "XML- First" Experiment That Didn't Work So Well
Kristin Karr, Connecticut Secretary of the State
< book> versus < book-part-wrapper> in an XML Workflow
Joni Dames, Inera
Implementing an XML Workflow in a Standards Environment
Patrick Gibbons, IEEE