Today at the 2012 Heartland eLearning Conference at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, I shared a breakout session titled, “Creating Multimedia eBooks.” All session resources are available on http://wfryer.me/ebooks. The slides and recorded audio from the session are embedded below. The official conference description was:
Learn how to create enhanced/multimedia eBooks including digital text, hyperlinks, images, and embedded videos. In addition to using Apple Pages software (part of iWork) participants will learn how to use Calibre software (free and cross-platform) to convert multimedia documents into a variety of eBook formats. (Referenced resources and links are available) http://wfryer.me/ebooks
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