Our big news during ISTE 2017 is that we’ve released a public beta of Book Creator for Chrome that you can start using today!
Go to app.bookcreator.com
I‘ve had an amazing few days in San Antonio, where I attended my first ever ISTE conference. Partly I was there to scope out the potential for us to come back and exhibit next year. But the main reason was to announce that we’re opening the lid on Book Creator for Chrome for the first time, and would like your feedback!
If you missed our earlier announcement about Book Creator coming to the web, we’ve been working on this for the past 6 months and are really excited to make the beta version available for you to try today.
You can go to app.bookcreator.com, register as a teacher and start creating books right away. Have a play and let us know what you think!
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Thanks for sharing all the new innovative updates to @BookCreatorApp! Can't wait to share with teachers to grow our Ss authentic audience.
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For those of you that haven't heard of Book Creator or if you have and want more options, your wishes came true. https://t.co/YB3kGVQnJ9
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Dan Kemp is Tools for School’s Marketing & Community Manager. He spends his time spreading the word about Book Creator and supporting people who use it.