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Finding good quality images for your books isn’t easy. This article helps explain some of the terminology involved with copyright law and creative commons, to help you with sourcing images online.
Book Creator 4.0 comes with comic book templates. Here’s some thoughts about how and why comic books can be used as a writing stimulus, and more.
So you’ve created an ebook and published it? The next step is marketing and promoting the book. Here are some ideas.
David Dulberger kindly shares his research and insight from the position paper he presented to his school, to convince them to upgrade from the free to the full version of Book Creator.
An interview with Hans and Jen Hartvickson, founders of Adventures in Writing Camp, a 25-location summer writing program for elementary school students in California and Nevada.
Details of the teacher activity book that EdTechTeacher has produced to curate resources on using for iPads in the classroom. Plus, early information about the iPad Summit in Boston, November 2015.
iPad Monthly is a new professional development newsletter for teachers using iPads in the classroom. It’s the brainchild of long-time Book Creator fan Paul Hamilton.
Apple Education Trainer Ian Wilson discusses the role of technology in creativity, and how the best apps move out of the way to allow students to be creative without uniformity.
During this webinar, Dan Amos revealed some of the future plans for Book Creator, and there were some fascinating insights from teachers into creating collaborative ebooks.
We’re humbled to see how many ADEs chose to talk about Book Creator as part of their ‘One Best Thing’ ebooks that they created for the iBooks Store.
We’re really pleased to find that the free version of Book Creator has reached the top 10 app store in the UK and beyond.
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