Posts Tagged ‘Apple’

iBook Author and re-imagining the textbook

In a recent post on the blog e-Literate, Michael Feldstein looks at the integration between iTunes University and the new Apple  iBooks Author — Apple and Textbooks, Part 2:  Is There a Class in This Text?  Feldstein looks at iBook Author from the perspective of re-imagining the textbook.  If you were to re-imagine the textbook, would […]

Apple’s mind-bogglingly greedy and evil license agreement

Taken from January 19, 2012 The Ed Bogg Report titled “Apple’s mind-bogglingly greedy and evil license agreement:” Summary: Over the years, I have read hundreds of license agreements, looking for little gotchas and clear descriptions of rights. But I have never, ever seen a legal document like the one Apple has attached to its new […]

Apple’s New iBooks Won’t School College Bookstores Any Time Soon

Context… Apple’s New iBooks Won’t School College Bookstores Any Time Soon http://www.wired.com/epicenter/2012/01/apple-college-bookstores/

Apple announces iBooks textbooks for the iPad

Click below to learn more about Apple’s new authoring tool for creating textbooks with dynamic content (e.g. videos and animations) for the iPad: http://www.apple.com/education/ibooks-textbooks/