Activities - Picture Book Maker

Activities - Picture Book Maker

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sigil - The EPUB Editor Project code moved to Github The source code for Sigil is no longer being managed on Google Code. It is now available on GitHub and can be accessed at . Current packages are available on GitHub as well at . Sigil is a multi-platform EPUB ebook with the following features: flessibile pageflip quadro per la pubblicazione digitale - MegaZine3 MegaZine3 recreates the look and feel of actual books or magazines on the screen. And much more... all kind of multimedia content like video and audio and interactive forms, games and quiz are supported. MegaZine3 offers unique flexibility, openness and power. A result of the Plugin concept, a csutomizable user interface (GUI) and easy configruation with files in standard XML format. Version 2.1 (current version)

Engaging Learners through Digital Storytelling: 40+ Resources & Tips Currently, I am moderating a free online course, Digital Storytelling for Young Learners, with a dream team of moderators who are phenomenal at working with young learners, Esra Girgin, Barbara Sakamoto, Özge Karaoglu, Jennifer Verschoor, David Dodgson, and Michelle Worgan. Over 250 participants have joined and have shared incredibly imaginative stories in our online class portfolio. One of the most surprising discoveries, though, was that 62% of the teachers who took our survey said they had never had their learners create digital stories. Our language learners have powerful stories to share and often share personal stories in blogs, Facebook, Youtube, or Twitter.

Visualize This: How to Tell Stories with Data by Maria Popova How to turn numbers into stories, or what pattern-recognition has to do with the evolution of journalism. Data visualization is a frequent fixation around here and, just recently, we looked at 7 essential books that explore the discipline’s capacity for creative storytelling. Today, a highly anticipated new book joins their ranks — Visualize This: The FlowingData Guide to Design, Visualization, and Statistics, penned by Nathan Yau of the fantastic FlowingData blog. (Which also makes this a fine addition to our running list of blog-turned-book success stories.)

How to self-publish an ebook | Fully Equipped A while back I wrote a column titled "Self-publishing: 25 things you need to know," which was mostly about how to create and sell your own paper book. After folks asked me to do something similar for e-books, I created this article, which has now been updated a few times. I begin with one caveat: The whole e-book market is rapidly evolving, and a lot of self-publishing companies are offering e-book deals bundled into their print book publishing packages, which makes them harder to break out and evaluate. It's all quite complicated, and in an effort to sort through the confusion, I've decided to offer a few basic tips and present what I think are some of the best options out there for creating an e-book quickly and easily.

eLAIX Warning This product has not had a release in over 1 year and may no longer be maintained. eLAIX converts your Writer documents into ILIAS learning modules and ebooks (ePUB 3). Project Description The eLAIX-Extension for Writer generates ebooks (ePUB 3) and ILIAS learning modules from a Writer document. Engaging Learners through Digital Storytelling: 40+ Resources & Tips Currently, I am moderating a free online course, Digital Storytelling for Young Learners, with a dream team of moderators who are phenomenal at working with young learners, Esra Girgin, Barbara Sakamoto, Özge Karaoglu, Jennifer Verschoor, David Dodgson, and Michelle Worgan. Over 250 participants have joined and have shared incredibly imaginative stories in our online class portfolio. One of the most surprising discoveries, though, was that 62% of the teachers who took our survey said they had never had their learners create digital stories. Our language learners have powerful stories to share and often share personal stories in blogs, Facebook, Youtube, or Twitter. Through digital storytelling we motivate our learners to apply, contextualize, visualize, and personalize the language they learn. There are 100s of free digital tools and websites to inspire your learners to create extremely imaginative stories and share them with a global audience.

How to Give a Great Presentation: Timeless Advice from a Legendary Adman, 1981 by Maria Popova “No speech was ever too short.” “Read the Roman-Raphaelson book on writing. Education Program - Free Digital Storytelling Software for Educators #1 Rated photo book service by TopTenReviews Mixbook is an easy and fun way to engage students, parents—and build school spirit. With Mixbook, there are no contracts, no commitments, and no fees to create and share a project among students, faculty, and parents online. With a community of over 5 million, Mixbook is the most trusted and secure site of its kind. Here are a few ways educators have used Mixbook: 20+ Digital Storytelling Apps Posted by Shelly Terrell on Tuesday, November 13th 2012 Throughout history, people have learned through stories. The metaphors and hidden messages help us to understand difficult concepts and themes. Additionally, stories help us visualize material and help us tie knowledge with our experiences. Educators now have 100s of fantastic free online tools to help their students create and learn through digital storytelling.

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