Today in Yukon Public Schools, our Common Core Coaching (CCC) teachers created an eBook about ways we have been using technology in our lives. This is an enhanced eBook, including photos of artwork the teachers drew and audio recordings about each picture. We created this nine part eBook in 25 minutes at the end of our PD workshop.
Here’s a link to “Technology Today.epub” in my Dropbox: (open the following link using Safari on an iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch after you have the free iBooks app)

http://db.tt/yas1oAAm

We used “eBook Creator” on an iPad2 to create this eBook, and shared this via Dropbox and a free Posterous blog. See this post and video tutorial for more details about is process.

 

 

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3 Responses to Technology Today Enhanced ePub eBook

  1. Mrooney says:

    Thank you so much for providing your readers with what is being done in the Yukon Public schools. I find your blog very interesting and enjoy following, as I’m a future teacher. I also appreciate your inclusion of all the items used to create the ebook.

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