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Xerox aids literacy development with new project

Using its technology, software, and phones apps, Xerox has recently launched an initiative to show how the world connects.

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The content in the eBook will focus on different creative views on the workplace

The project will result in a free eBook that will be available across the globe. It will contain work from 14 of the world’s biggest writers. They will each produce a chapter, a poem, and a song to feature in the eBook.

The content will focus on the modern workplace, and different creative points of view on staying connected. The project, which is named Set the Page Free, has its own website that will display videos, exclusive photos, podcasts, and sections from the book. Different content from the authors will be released in stages across the coming weeks.

Jeff Jacobson, chief executive of Xerox, comments: “We are at the heart of the changes happening in the modern workplace. No matter if you are an author penning pages, a salesperson prepping for a customer visit or a small business owner looking to expand, people need to work seamlessly wherever they are. This project brings those connections to life.”

We are at the heart of the changes happening in the modern workplace. This project brings those connections to life

New York-based community and cultural centre, 92nd Street Y, has also offered a helping hand with the scheme. The centre aided the editing of the final book, and donations will also be made to 92nd Street and Worldreader, with the aim of highlighting the importance of literacy.

Eventually, the eBook will be released in late October to readers all over the globe. The eBook will even contain work from British author Lee Child, who penned the ‘Jack Reacher’ novels.



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