4 Tips for iBook Authors

Margaret Weigel has written this article for the Huffington Post.

The four suggestions begin with the following atatements:

  1. iBooks has no way to easily integrate learning collaborations.
  2. iBooks encourages educators to plug in graphics, but doesn’t allow students to create them or edit existing visual content.
  3. iBooks implicitly discourages web access.
  4. iBooks Authors may not play well with learning management systems.

The key here is what the following paragraph after the above statement is where the meat really is located.  If you are going to create iBook textbooks or try to get students to publish them you should look at the other statements.  Please let us know what you think.

Full article at:http://www.huffingtonpost.com/margaret-weigel/ibook-authors_b_1283619.html

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