Editor’s Note: At Boundless, we love reading inspiring articles about open education. We recently came across a post on OpenSource.com by blogger and librarian Carolyn Fox (reblogged below) that gives...
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On a typical paper worksheets a question would normally look something like this: What are the different figurative language techniques used in in this text.” ______________________________________________________________ The lines on the paper gives students the space to write their answers. Unfortunately, iBooks Author only allows you to put in multiple choice questions. The iBookWidgets app does allow you to put in text questions but they’re not always aesthetically pleasing and can be a time consuming process. An easier option is to write the question in your iBook and let students type their answers in a note like below. An added bonus is that all notes are automatically saved to the “My Notes” part of the iBook.
"Independent developer Giacomo Balli today is pleased to announce My Book List 2.0 free for iOS, an update to his books app that allows users to easily track books they plan to read, as well as books that they have already read. The ideal repository for book recommendations gathered from friends, reviews, and other sources, the app will locate the actual book cover and store it on its iBook-like shelf or as an entry on a list. The app can also access all the book titles, charts, covers, descriptions, and acquisition options in any of the iBookstores worldwide, Amazon, and the free texts at Google Books."
Het oprukkende e-book mondt uit in een ramp voor de boekenbranche, schrijft misdaadauteur Charles den Tex in de Boekenbijlage van NRC Handelsblad. Het wordt tijd om nauwer samen te werken en nieuwe kanalen te creëren.
Teachers create materials that can be pushed to students in an iBook format on their iPad; Students create an iBook either as an assessment or presentation to demonstrate their understanding of a topic.
But today I'm revisiting the topic with renewed fascination, thanks to a recent TUAW article about a new kind of iBooks e-book. In the article, TUAW chats with Adam Stone, an author whose first book has just been released in ...
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