Transmediakids.com, run by Cynthia Jabbar, is an excellent resource for anybody interested in seeing how creativity and innovation across non-traditional publishing platforms can still lead to inspiring content for children. In this post, she summarizes her notes from the Launch Kids sessions at the recently held 2014 Digital Book World Conference. With related articles and presentations by industry insiders this is a great overview of where digital content for children stands, and what content creators for it should be aware of.
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