Moving at the Speed of Creativity by Wesley Fryer

Post an eBook from an iPad to Your Class Blog

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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 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:

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

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3 responses to “Post an eBook from an iPad to Your Class Blog”

  1. Bob Cotter Avatar

    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.

  2. LeaAnne Avatar

    We are using this in a district-wide competition called Penguin Palooza: 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:

    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: 

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