Single Sourcing

Single sourcing is a publishing method that requires a single repository of content from which writers choose content to create multiple outputs in different formats, for different audiences, for different devices, or for customized material. Source content is written and structured consistently, broken into self-contained chunks.


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Rockley, Ann, and Steve Manning. Schomberg, ON: Rockley Group, 2009.
DITA 101
DITA for Print
White, Leigh W. Dita for Print: A Dita Open Toolkit Workbook. Xml, 2013. Web.
Hackos, JoAnn T. Arbortext ed. Denver CO: Comtech Services, 2007.
The Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) is an XML-based, end-to-end architecture for authoring, producing, and delivering technical information.
Practical DITA
Vazquez, Julio J. Durham, NC: SDI Global Solutions, 2009.