Book Creator Teacher Guide iLearn2 Description Book Creator for iPad is one of the most widely used apps by teachers worldwide using iPads in lessons and has been awarded Best Education App at BETT 2015. This Teacher Guide provides over 50 lesson activity ideas, tips and advice for using Book Creator in hundreds of lessons across many subject areas. It includes: - Student work examples. - Step-by-step tutorials and labelled images. - Ideas for using Book Creator in conjunction with other…
Creating your first iBooks Author Widget with Bookry
This video shows how easy it is to create a widget in Bookry and place into your digital books using iBooksAuthor. We use the Twitter Widget as our example w...
A student-created digital textbook: Their process and resources - Ditch That Textbook
Garth Holman’s students created something spectacular, and I cringe at calling it a “textbook.” That’s the easy description. They created their own digital textbook. But that term — “digital textbook” — doesn’t do these students’ product justice. A textbook is a static set of content. It doesn’t change and adapt and demonstrate the creativity and thinking […]
Creating Digital Books: 15+ Ideas & Resources - Teacher Reboot Camp
Recently added to the Survival Tips for Teachers! The pages are still blank, but there is a miraculous feeling of the words being there, written in invisible ink and clamoring to become visible. – Vladimir Nabakov During one of my teaching internships, my mentor had us create books we read to children from the Boys […]
Is Keynote the best app to create widgets for your iBooks?
The cool thing about eBooks created with iBooks Author is they can be interactive. However, most of the traditional publisher offerings ar...
Create Padlet Widget for iBooks Author
Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.
KAPOW!! Book Creator for iPad 4.0 is here - Book Creator app
The latest version of Book Creator is here! This is now the simplest way to create comic books on your iPad. Download Book Creator 4.0 from the App Store.
Footnotes and Endnotes in iBooks Author
Introduction. In a riff on the most famous foot-noter of all (Edward Gibbon, “The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire” | Wikipedia | Gutenberg), Stanford alum Bruce Anderson delightfully chronicles “The Decline and Fall of Footnotes” only to conclude: More than anything, Gibbon should make us rethink our attitude toward footnotes and the attendant deathwatch. The emphasis in our schools has been to replicate the form rather than the content or style of a good footnote. We…