Juliet Revell explored the concept of ‘Genius’ with her class, and they showed theirs by creating ebooks on their iPads!
This cartoonist worked with his daughter to bring her sketches to a wider audience by creating and publishing an ebook.
Teacher Jeremy Reid explains how having students research and create content that can be collated into an ebook allows for authentic real world assignments.
High School teacher Courtney Pepe admits that her only regret is that she didn’t start using Book Creator earlier!
This innovative teacher allowed her students to plan their curriculum to publish their own iTunes U course, increasing their desire to create ebooks.
The iPodTeacher turned to Book Creator to motivate his group of autistic students, and soon had them publishing their own books on the iBooks Store.
Teacher Tracy Kuzik used Book Creator to help her students implement the Genius Hour concept to work on the projects that inspired them.
Christ Dunst teamed up with his 2-year-old son to publish an ebook on the iBooks Store and to the Amazon Kindle Store. Creativity with your child!
Apple Distinguished Educator Cormac Cahill tells us why he uses Book Creator to create ebooks in his classroom and the amazing effect it has on his students.
This is a lovely story of how a father and his 10-year-old daughter combined forces to create a high quality ebook and publish it on the iBooks Store.
iPad artist Andy Maitland discovered that publishing his first iPad Art ebook was a simple matter of “tap, tap and you’re published”.