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Learn how to create a lab manual that can be distributed to your students to perform experiments and record the results. In this course, author Mike Rankin builds on the lessons in iBooks Author for Teachers: Fundamentals and shows how to incorporate text from Microsoft Word, images, a vocabulary list, and a quiz to customize a basic iBooks template. This technique offers a great way to take your existing lessons and translate them into digital course materials.
(music playing) Hi! I'm Mike Rankin and welcome to iBooks Author for Teachers: Creating a Lab Manual. In this course, we'll be using iBooks Author to make a book that instructs students how to perform science lab experiments. I'll show how to bring in content from Microsoft Word, how to format text, how to bring in images and enhance their appearance, and of course I'll be adding interactivity in the form of glossary items, pop-overs that appear when students tap icons or text, and a review quiz.
I think you'll have a lot of fun as you explore the creative possibilities for design and interactivity. So let's get started with iBooks Author for Teachers: Creating a Lab Manual.
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