Booktype is relied on by publishers all over the world.
London, United Kingdom
Amnesty International is a global movement of more than 7 million people who take injustice personally. They are campaigning for a world where human rights are enjoyed by all. See the case study...
"We’ve been able to make a very significant improvement to Amnesty’s Annual report production workflow. Booktype is intuitive and easy to use, and makes complete sense for an organisation where there are many different stakeholders in different locations." - Richard Swingler, Global Production Services Manager
Go to www.amnesty.org
The self-publishing service provider epubli offers Booktype's in-browser book editor to write and manage books or upload manuscripts in Word or EPUB format directly to their platform. epubli is part of the Holtzbrinck Publishing Group.
Go to epubli (site in German).
Mikrotext is a digital publisher for short digital reading founded in 2013 in Berlin. It was awarded the Young Excellence Award 2014by the German booksellers' and publishers' association (Börsenverein des deutschen Buchhandels). Mikrotext is using Booktype to make beautiful e-books.
"Booktype enables me to collaboratively create e-books with a team of writers as well as speed up our e-book production." Nikola Richter, publisher of mikrotext
Go to http://www.mikrotext.de/
Elevforlaget is an online educational resource for students to write and publish their own printed books and e-books. It was launched by the Norwegian Publishers’ Association and has been acquired by TV2, Norway's most popular private TV channel. Translated into English, Elevforlaget means “student publisher”. Using the online platform, students from all over Norway can work together and collaborate in publishing their own books. The platform is based on Booktype.
Sussex, Great Britain
The Research Hive at the University of Sussex Library used Booktype for their latest book sprint as the social writing software. Their event was laid out to “want to encourage new ways of thinking about academic writing”.
Go to the University of Sussex website.
RWCC - Rüdiger Wischenbart is a consulting company that maps and analyses the global publishing industry and international book cultures.
"For the launch of the Global eBook report 2016, we were able to address a full house of interested book professionals in a special session at the London Book Fair. Compiling a report of some 250 pages, with 50 graphs and tables, on market developments from across the world was an exciting experience, as it has been every year since 2011. This year was different as we were able to use Booktype as our authoring system for the first time. Frankly, we were a little nervous at first, but today I can relax and congratulate the Booktype team on their great system and wonderful support!” Rüdiger Wischenbart
The Max Planck Society is Germany's most successful research organisation with no fewer than 18 Nobel laureates. The Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry (MPIB) in Martinsried near Munich is one of the largest institutes within the Max Planck Society with about 850 employees coming from 45 nations. They are using Booktype for internal documentation. Due to the high demands on security, Booktype is hosted in their Intranet.
Go to www.biochem.mpg.de/en
Ecosoft is a company that produces ERP (Enterprise resource planning) open source software. They decided to adopt Booktype to produce their internal manuals. Their main reasons for choosing Booktype is that it allows them to produce PDF documents which look fantastic when printed and that the Booktype editing interface looks nearly identical to that of Word, which makes it easy to use!
Krems an der Donau, Austria
Donau University Krems is now offering Booktype as a new tool for collaborative writing and publishing of books. Peter Baumgartner is using Booktype for a class to go deeper into "educational technology" as part of the master seminar "eEducation".
The Norwegian Publishers Association is a trade organisation for publishers. Their members represent approx. 85 % of the sales from publishers to booksellers in the country. They manage joint market ventures, provide statistics, offer standard contracts and provide service for their publisher members. They maintain strong links to authorities, domestic organisations in the cultural industry in general and the book industry in particular, as well as sister organisations abroad.
The University of Lyon is promoting Archinfo, a MOOC in "Architecture de l'information / information architecture" that intends to offer an initiation to information architecture, its notions, its methods, and its tools.
"More than 1000 students of the MOOC Archinfo gathered and documented six different competences in their own digital booklets with Booktype. On top of that, feedback given by four peers led each student to enhance his booklet before the final evaluation." - Pierre Bénech, pedagogical engineer
Go to: www.ens-lyon.eu
The international FLOSS Manuals community aims to make it easy to maintain and contribute to manuals, text books and teaching materials by providing an easy to use interface for collaboration. FLOSS Manuals served as the primary implementation of Booktype.
Go to en.flossmanuals.net
London, United Kingdom
UCL's Department of Scandinavian Studies used Booktype in their collaborative learning exercise Framed Horizons: Student Writing on Nordic Cinema. Read more about the launch of the book at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
'I was impressed at how seamless and almost invisible Booktype was in the project. It was very empowering for all involved, it seemed to remove hierarchy and made the whole editing process very transparent.' — Marita Fraser, UCL IT specialist
Go to www.ucl.ac.uk