Last year, with a fearless group of 10th graders in Katrina Kennett’s English class at Plymouth South High School, we attempted to transform the traditional research process to a completely paperless one using a fresh new cart of iPads ...
"When the gift-giving season for 2011 came around, the dreaded word ‘iPad’ appeared on the wishlist of nearly half the children in America. Parents across the country feared that the expensive handheld would become just another video game console tossed in the toybox. Now, while the flashy graphics and wide array of entertainment apps can paint that sort of picture, many app designers are actually tending toward interactive learning tools for their younger users. Was this portable PC really designed with education in mind?"
Here a great how-to video which explains using iBooks Author to make and and sell a multi-touch iBook for iPad.
With the growing number of self-published classroom resources using iBooks Author: I thought this video would provide a framework and great tutorial for doing just that (including interactive keynotes).