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and NOW you can work with Book Creator for Chrome now.
Searching my website quickly brings a whole range of items associated with the great work that can be done with Book Creator. As a longtime contributor to Book Creator, it is at the top of my most important tool set for school. It' been a joy to work with Book Creator in several ways, from the presentation of Book Creator at the Google booth at BETT when they won the BETT Awards Educational App of the Year Awards, to the many #BookCreator chat sessions I've had.
It' always been a joy to work with them, not just because they're great boys, but because their products make a big impact in the classroom. It' such a multi-faceted application that gains on so many levels:... and NOW you can work with Book Creator for Chrome now.
More information on using Book Creator can be found either here or on the Book Creator website, where there are many other PDs. For a long time I have been sharing the advantages of working together in class if it works well. The same way it can have great advantages in the schoolroom.
There are many ways in which Book Creator can help you create great teaching and development assets in your schoolroom. Realtime collaborative work in Book Creator is a pay -as-you-go function available to anyone who has a schedule that allows 180-1000 volumes.
To make the cooperation in your book work if you have a book subscriptions, just click on the sharing symbol directly below your book on the book shelf and choose the "Collaborate" button. I have been consistently struck by Dan and Dan's work over the years in their evolution of Book Creator and if you are a Book Creator users in your class-room, I wager you were too.
Or if you haven't tried it yourself, you can register for a free evaluation version and try the collaborative capabilities during this while.