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eBook Making session @ KET 2012 Multimedia Event

Tuesday, July 10th, 2012 by bspellman

Thank you for participating in the session.  The below is a rough outline and resource links to serve as a launch point for the activities we will be getting into today.  This session focused on eBooks, their applications for  your classroom & creating and distributing powerful digital content.

  • What is the difference between ePub, eBooks, PDF’s, and iTextbook
  • Introduction to using iBooks Author
  • How to publish and share iTextBooks you have created
  • Introduction to using Pages to create epub files
  • Overview of how to use tools and widgets within that application
  • How to publish and share eBooks you have created
  • Introduction to KET and KET TD media resources that are available to help create iText Books and eBooks
  • Samples of ebooks created by students using these resources–could be used as a form of assessment

 Downloads for session participants:

2011 KET Multimedia Event!

Wednesday, July 13th, 2011 by bspellman

This year’s event has been a huge success! We want to thank all the presenters and attendees for making this such a great event and we looking forward to planning next years event. For more information about the event check out our Multimedia PD Event page or our KET MediaWorks blog.

If you would like more information about the event, sessions, or topics covered please contact your district’s Education Consultant (contact information).

Register Today for the KET Multimedia Professional Development Days!

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011 by bspellman

Our 8th annual KET Multimedia Professional Development Days event for Kentucky teachers and administrators returns this July 12 and 13! We hope you’ll join us at KET this summer for more fun and useful classroom multimedia workshops. Space is limited, so register early! See links to registration and more at the project information page.


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