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In this course, author and educator Chris Mattia demonstrates how to use the Apple iBooks Author application to create and publish your own ebook, without extensive design or publishing experience.
Follow along with Chris as he assembles, refines, and publishes a dynamic and engaging ebook for distribution on the iPad using the iBooks app. The course demonstrates the process of adding all of the components of a dynamic ebook, including engaging text, images, audio, video, 3D models, and dynamic web content. It also shows how to customize the iBooks Author interface and leverage built-in templates to produce a beautifully designed and polished ebook. The course wraps up with a review of the iBookstore publishing process.
Hi! My name is Chris Mattia. Welcome to iBooks Author Essential Training. In this course I'll teach you how to create a dynamic and engaging iBook that readers can enjoy on an iPad. We'll begin by setting up the structure of our book and customizing our page layouts. Next, we'll add static contents, such as text, images, tables, and charts. We'll then enhance our book by adding interactive widgets, such as image galleries, Keynote presentations, 3D objects, HTML5 dashboard widgets, and self-assessing review questions.
Finally, we'll pre-flight our book and then publish it to the Apple iBookstore using iTunes Producer. Now, let's get started with iBooks Author Essential Training.
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