For years, I’ve posted pdf versions of my lessons and made them available for free. Here’s some screenshots of a document based question (DBQ) I’m working on that explores the American Homefront in WWII. To see more of my free pdf lessons click here.
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I’ve download iBooks Author and I think it’s time to turn some of my PDF lessons into iBooks. Apple’s new authoring program, certainly lowers the barrier for doing that. I look forward to the day when a student asks a teacher if it’s OK to turn in that project as an iBook.
While searching the internet for some how to guides, I found this great video introduction to the process made by Jeremy Kemp.
For more guides and tips, see my resource collection Publishing with iBooks Author
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I have used iBooks author with my special education students. We were able to publish the book in the iBooks store a few weeks back. So far 268 books have been sold.
Title: The Two Kids And Desert Town
Platform: iPad only
Please check it out. Here is the direct link:
Jon, Kudos to your students for this very special book. I hope this link helps get the word out there!