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Martin Burrett

My Storybook - 42 views

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    An intuitive online book creator - write, draw, add images and share. The site has a bank of backgrounds to choose from and a range of tools to draw items into the books.
Deborah Baillesderr

http://www.kgcs.k12.va.us/kges/Pink%20and%20Say.pdf - 24 views

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    A wonderful true story from Patricia Polacco.
Jon Tanner

Hopscotch Challenges: A Free Curriculum eBook for iPad Coders - 41 views

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    An eBook on how to use the iPad to code, written by Wesley Fryer, the guy who writes the "Moving at the Speed of Creativity" blog.
Steve Ransom

Cyber Security eBook Helps Parents and Teachers Educate Teens About Cyber Safety (Free ... - 56 views

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    Great resource for parents, teens and teachers!!
    Free eBook (PDF)
Diana Irene Saldana

Online Free Flash Pageflipper + HTML5 - 90 views

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    Transform your doc, pdf, word, movie in an interactive flipbook. It's very easy: upload your file and you will receive an email with the url to your creation. You can share this with your friend, family... by email, on your blog, on facebook or twitter, it's free!
tom campbell

eBook Builder Test Program - 46 views

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    Looks pretty straightforward!
psmiley

Classroom 2.0 Book on Scribd - 4 views

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    Classroom resources
Jeremy Brueck

Playing by the Book: What eBooks Do Best » Kidscreen - 66 views

  • what are the things that interactive eBooks do especially well?
  • Simultaneously highlighting text with recorded audio, creating thoughtful tap-on support for both words in the text and elements in illustrations, and providing options to support different reading abilities are all wonderful ways to foster emergent reading skills.
  • One of the most intriguing opportunities in eBooks is the ability to show different characters’ points of view
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  • When you think about it, this is something that’s incredibly hard to do in any other format.
  • Making the reader an active part of the story experience is where story and game can really combine in interesting ways
  • hearing your name spoken by the pigeon in Don’t Let the Pigeon Run This App give the user an agency and a presence in the story that’s engaging in a totally different way than reading a book aloud or watching a movie on a movie screen.
  • Interacting with the story in an active way, a way that is immediate, visible, and makes an impact is exactly the sort of agency that is unique to an interactive experience.
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