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To use Book Creator on iPad
It is the opening page in the Book Creator application. You' ll want to click the plus sign to insert or edit a new book or copy a book. As soon as you have a new book you have two options: standard book type or quadratic book type. The addition of a graph is done by clicking the picture button along the top level where you can insert graphs or video.
There is a link you can put in your book. Enter the text you want to link to. Click the "i" and choose the folder Hypertext. Activate the link. In iBooks, the link will appear after your book is sent to this application. Use the book symbol in the book creation application to display it in your Evernote, iBooks or Dropbox.
When you click "My Story", a "Book Options" dialogue opens, where you can modify the name of the history, modify the name of the writer, insert songs and modify the royalty. When the book is viewed, the sound is played. If you are willing to save your book or ship it to another location, you must return to where your collection will be displayed.
Right-click on the symbol with the squares and the arrows to the right. This is all the option for the finished book production. When you submit the book to iBooks, you will see your bookcase in the iBooks application and your book should be on the shelve. When sending your book as a Portable Document Format (PDF), this symbol will appear in your email.
As soon as the receiver has recieved the e-mail, this symbol is displayed and the book must be downloaded.
Creating Collaborative Initiatives with the Book Creator iPad App and Airdrop
I always tell my favorite application on the iPad (apart from Apple applications like Pages, Keynote and Notes) is Book Creator, especially with the upcoming upgrades like web browsing and web publish! There are overwhelming numbers of imaginative applications for use in the schoolroom and the connections we can make with alphabetization are simple.
The Book Creator is a great way to put these together and sharing a book with others as a group. Here is an example of how pupils can make their own picture of poems and contribute their work to a joint teaching scheme to be shared with others. Wordfoto (you can get the application here on iTunes) generates pictures that are overlaid with text.
They will be able to use their own poems to accompany the pictures that match the theme. In order to make their poem picture, the pupils should open the WordFoto application and either insert their picture from their role or take a new one. You then type in the words matching the picture.
This example asks the pupils to evolve their parable terminology by using the opening sentence "Like a...." and then adding words to complete the parable. You can use the Airdrop function to merge pupil pages and submit Book Creator from the pupil's iPad to the teacher as an ePub to use.
To do this, choose Airdrop and then choose the iPad of the instructor you want to use. Ensure that both the student's and the teacher's iPad have chosen "Everyone" for Airdrop before trying to split. As soon as the teacher's iPad has been sent the ePub, he should choose "Book Creator" to open the book.
The book will open in the library in Book Creator. Now, choose the book you want to include in this cover book. You can combine the students' book and use it as a supplement. As soon as all the student's ledgers have been airropped and combo-booked, the instructor should remove any extra empty pages (including the student's front pages) that are not needed.
Now choose the pages you do not need and click Clear. You now have your book together and you can even tell others about it! This combo-book is a great way to make some breathtaking grade project when pupils work in groups to make different sections of a book. Bottom is a brief joint math book written in twos by a small group of 6-year-olds.
Every page was made by the instructor as a model and then by Alidropped to the pupils who finished the page andirdropped it back. Interested in learning more about how you can use Book Creator and other applications to improve pedagogy in your schoolroom?