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Publishing Digital Books: Making Students' Work Come Alive

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Overview

Have you ever wanted your students' stories and artwork to come to life in a published book? There are several online sites that students and teachers can use just for this purpose. Join Kim Munoz as she discusses some online publishing sites, what they have to offer, and how you can get started with your class. The webinar will include classroom tips on publishing book, as well as examples of possible publishing projects. Come learn how to give your students the opportunity to become a published writer or illustrator for free.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Tuesday, July 21, 2015 @ 1:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Digital Storytelling, Reading & Writing, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: book publishing, digital publishing, publishing books, self-publishing, sharing student work

Reviews (47)

Full Member
 
This was AMAZING!! I've been looking for a way to work technology into my lessons and this is a tool for writing. Very well presented! I'm looking forward to more of her webinars.
Full Member
 
Wonderful! Very well presented! I'm looking forward to trying Story Jumper with my German students as an alternative to the paper & pencil books they normally create.
Full Member
 
Thanks for the great information. I think my students would like some of these tools. I can't wait to try them once we go back.
Full Member
 
Great information! Thanks
 
Nice work
Full Member
 
I think kids would love to use these tools.
 
Thank you for the useful information.
 
Thank you for the classroom tips on publishing book, as well as examples of possible publishing projects. Great webinar with so much information.
Basic Member
+2
 
Great presentation and so helpful!
Basic Member
+5
 
I really enjoyed watching this webinar. I can't wait to try story jumper. Thank you for a great webinar.
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