(Cross-posted from playingwithmedia.com)

In this 3.5 minute screencast, digital learning consultant Wesley Fryer demonstrates how to use the $4 iPad application “eBook Creator” to export an enhanced eBook (in ePub format) to the DropBox application, and then email a public link to the ePub to a Posterous blog so it will “post” as a publicly accessible link for anyone to download. The following iPad apps are required to follow these steps:

eBook Creator ($4)

DropBox (free)

iBooks (free)

A free blog on Posterous.com is also required:

View the example enhanced eBook from this screencast on:

Learn more about “minimal click” ways to share digital text, audio, images and video in Wesley’s eBook, “Playing with Media: simple ideas for powerful sharing.”

'Day 125 / 365 - iPad ebook demo at Web 2.0 Expo SF 2010' photo (c) 2010, Anita Hart - license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/

This narrated slideshow / screencast was created on an iPad and published directly to YouTube using the “Explain Everything” app.

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  • http://twitter.com/gibsonsgolfer Bob Cotter

    I have been awaiting your review of this application and what you have shared here in this post has encouraged me to download the Creator.

  • LeaAnne

    We are using this in a district-wide competition called Penguin Palooza: http://penguinpalooza.wikispaces.com/ Even the youngest kids in elementary can do this with ease. We have also published an information booklet on ebook publishing and linked to a bunch of similar apps on interest: http://pinterest.com/ldaughrity/ebook-publishing-resources/

    We have become huge fans of this and others like book creator because of the audio ability. There is nothing better than a student writing a book and then reading it in their own voice! 

    You can view some examples of how kids created these types of books here under student entries: http://penguinpaloozastorycreator.wikispaces.com/home 

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