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I have a widget in my grade 6 iBook that is a web page embed of a list of media resources. I created the page in a blog then copied and pasted the HTML to make a standalone web page.
The HTML is just a simple two column table with links to the resources which I uploaded to the […]
Along with an exploration of iBook Author I am interested in what students can do with this application.
The video below shows a student that can:
use Keynote create a Keynote widget for iBook author animate with Hype create an animated video and add it to iMovie to add an audio track use Hype to embed Youtube […]Continue Reading →
If you create a document for students to follow it is nice to add the different keyboard symbols. I automatically reach for option-8 to add a bullet point or add an apple with shift-option-k. I used to remember more of these but you can always find what’s available by opening the keyboard system preferences and selecting show Keyboard & Character Viewers […]Continue Reading →
I find myself looking at what I have written to remember what I have done!! So I am trying to add more of the things I learn to my blog as I have in the past (New Years Resolution 13).
We have upgraded to Yosemite so I am back working through some issues. One of […]Continue Reading →
Not sure what kind of a space it is. Feels a bit like the days I subbed for shop class back at Parkland. Keep on worrying about them cutting themselves or burning something. They sure are having fun creating things!
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One more nice thing about using Hype to create your iBook Author widgets is that you can combine different resources. This would have been useful with the flipped classroom I used two years ago. As I was showing iBook author to a colleague she liked the idea of having everything in one space for the students. […]Continue Reading →