W3C’s Digital Publishing Interest Group Posts Updated “Group Note of Digital Publishing Annotation Use Cases”
From the W3C Web site:
he Digital Publishing Interest Group has published a Group Note of Digital Publishing Annotation Use Cases.
This document describes the set of use cases generated for Annotation and Social Reading within the W3C Digital Publishing Interest Group, in coordination with the Open Annotation Community Group.
W3C Digital Publishing Activity Web Site
Note: This doc was previously updated about nine months ago on March 3, 2014.
See Also: Video: Experts Share Perspectives on Web Annotation (November 19, 2014)
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