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Software-Tipp: iBooks Author unterstützt nun auch das ePub3-Format

Apple ist bei der Umsetzung von Industrie-Standards nicht immer vorn mit dabei – manchmal treibt die Firma sie selbst voran, ein anderes Mal ignoriert sie sie, so gut es geht. Beim eigenen eBook-Store ist man einen Doppelweg gegangen: Zwar können Verlage und Autoren dort eBooks im ePub-Format hochla

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15 Juli 2015 at 05:28 - Comments

iBooks Author 2.3 adds support for ePub 3, opens up ebook creation to anyone

Excuse me while I squeal in excitement. I’ve been building ebooks for a little under five years now for my various tech-related jobs, and as such, I usually follow the world of ebook-building pretty closely. So, I was pretty psyched to hear a few weeks ago that the newest iBooks update—found in iOS 8.4—would let you view iBooks Author-created books on your iPhone. Previous to this,…

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15 Juli 2015 at 05:22 - Comments

iBooks Author erstellt EPUB-3-Bücher

Die jüngste Version von Apples kostenlosem Programm zur Bucherstellung bietet neue EPUB-Vorlagen, mit denen sich Publikationen in dem offenen Standard anlegen lassen.

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15 Juli 2015 at 05:09 - Comments

Sigil and Screwdrivers: What Makes an Ebook Development Tool? | Digital Book World

One digital production expert says not only is it worth revisiting Sigil for ebook development, it’s also worth rethinking why developers use the tools they do.

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15 Juli 2015 at 05:04 - Comments

Digital Storytelling 106: Open, Participatory, Student-centric, Social…the Future? | DMLcentral

Far more important to me than all the venture-capitalized consortia of elite university MOOCs (Massively Open Online Courses) and the hundreds of thousands of students flocking to them is a course taught by an adjunct professor at University of…

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See on Scoop.itweb2write: kreatives schreiben im Netz, im Café & anderswo, kollaborativ & einsam literature future

15 Juli 2015 at 04:57 - Comments

Trägheit der Klasse?: Lights, Camera, Action – Erklärvideos mit powtoon

Beitrag zum Einsatz von powtoon in Schule und Unterricht, mit dem man Erklärvideos selbst erstellen kann.

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4 Juli 2015 at 06:28 - Comments

Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) Wants To Use Minecraft to Teach … – LearnBonds

Microsoft Corporation is going to use Minecraft to get back into eduction, and the firm’s future may depend on the game to drive future sales.

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4 Juli 2015 at 05:49 - Comments

Apple supports EPUB 3 via Latest Version of iBooks Author | EPUBZone

Apple supports EPUB 3 via Latest Version of iBooks Author | EPUBZone http://t.co/h7VBZclg0s

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Unglaublich, aber wahr: endlich #epub3 Export von #ibooksAuthor, ein lang erwartetes Feature :-)

3 Juli 2015 at 22:40 - Comments

Texting In Class May Distract Students, But It Could Also Help Them Learn

Gone are the days when kids would get in trouble for passing notes in class. Today’s youngsters are much more sophisticated, technologically speaking, than those who grew up in the days of flip phones and CD players — let alone those whose only access to a phone growing up was a spin-dial one. This means there’s a lot more texting, tweeting, and Facebooking on smartphones in your average high school or college classroom than ever before.

Does this also mean that kids today are way more distracted by the bombardment of information reaching them via their tablets and iPhones? A new study out of the National Communication Association wanted to find out whether increased smartphone and social media use in class impacted student learning — and what they found was that it had both negative and positive effects.

In the study, researchers analyzed kids who were using phones in class to respond to text messages — both relevant and irrelevant to the class material. They measured the type of messages and the frequency of them, and found that students who were texting about the material actually scored higher on multiple choice tests about the subject than those who were texting about non-class related things.

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28 Juni 2015 at 18:11 - Comments

The LMS of the Future: Exploring the Next Generation Digital Learning Environment | EDUCAUSE.edu

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See on Scoop.itDidaktiken, Kursdesign, Theoriehintergründe für E-learning, E-Moderation, E-Coaching

14 Juni 2015 at 11:45 - Comments

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