Did you ever wish you and your students could make your own eBooks? You can! eBooks can be an excellent tool for delivering or differentiating instruction, sharing with colleagues, and publishing student work. This introduction to formatting documents for eBook conversion will help you learn the basics of creating or modifying documents to work well as eBooks in both fixed and flexible formats using Microsoft Word or Apple Pages on your own Mac laptop. We'll open with a forum for participants to discuss their experience with and goals for eBook use and eBook best practice, but most of the course involves hands-on putting research into practice, providing plenty of practice with formatting techniques, both on sample documents and then on your own documents to create high-quality teaching tools. You'll leave with versions of your work in both fixed (PDF) and flexible (ePUB) format and a guide that will help you with future eBook formatting.
Mary Elizabeth ()
Dates: July 1 - August 9, 2013; Location: TBD; Independent study course Course offered for 1-3 credits
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