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3 Ways To Use Pinterest In The Classroom

3 Ways To Use Pinterest In The Classroom | Educational Publishing | Scoop.it
Thinking about using Pinterest in the classroom? Here are 5 quick ideas to get you started.
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E-books could become the norm for children as sales soar - Telegraph

E-books could become the norm for children as sales soar - Telegraph | Educational Publishing | Scoop.it
Parents are buying e-books for their children in growing numbers as experts say a new generation may become more used to reading from an iPad or Kindle screen than from a traditional book.
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Edu-pinning: Pinterest in Education

Edu-pinning: Pinterest in Education | Educational Publishing | Scoop.it
My name is Erin Paynter and I am addicted to Pinterest. Pinterest has been named over and over as the hottest new website for 2012, with the rate of new users rising every week at a seemingly expon...
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Why social media isn't the magic bullet for self-epublished authors

Why social media isn't the magic bullet for self-epublished authors | Educational Publishing | Scoop.it
In the third in a series of essays on digital media and publishing, Ewan Morrison, who will appear at the Edinburgh World Writers' Conference, claims that as the project to monetise social media falters the self-epublishing industry's defects will...
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Are your publishing skills ready for the ebook boom?

Are your publishing skills ready for the ebook boom? | Educational Publishing | Scoop.it
If you want to future proof a career in publishing, make sure your software skills are up to scratch...
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Publishers and libraries still trying to work out e-book lending ...

Publishers and libraries still trying to work out e-book lending ... | Educational Publishing | Scoop.it

An insight into the world of publishers, libraries and e-book lending.

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Ebooks send a shiver down the spine of the publishing industry

Ebooks send a shiver down the spine of the publishing industry | Educational Publishing | Scoop.it
Depending on who you believe – and what you read – ebooks are either going to be the saving grace of the publishing industry, or the final nail in its...
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Should Single Short Stories Be Sold Or Given Away Online?

Should Single Short Stories Be Sold Or Given Away Online? | Educational Publishing | Scoop.it
If you were in a bookshop and picked up a collection by Alice Munro it would cost nothing for you to read a story to see if you liked her work. If you did you would then go to the till and purchase the entire collection.
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Blurb Launches Creation Tool for Fixed Format E-books

Blurb Launches Creation Tool for  Fixed Format E-books | Educational Publishing | Scoop.it
Publishing and marketing company Blurb has made improvements to its e-book platform and plug-in for Adobe InDesign that allow users to design fixed format e-books for iPad, optimize them via a new online editing tool, and then sell their work in...
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The New Short Book Proposal - Huffington Post (blog)

The New Short Book Proposal - Huffington Post (blog) | Educational Publishing | Scoop.it
The New Short Book ProposalHuffington Post (blog)It seems everyone is writing a book these days and everyone seems to know that to sell that book, you need a book proposal.
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Travellers choosing e-books - Herald Scotland

It's a close call, but 51% of people going on a summer holiday are choosing to use an e-reader as opposed to reading a book.

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