Create an ebook with iBooks Author, the free Mac app. Learn how to customize the book, add interactive widgets, and publish your book online.
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Learn how to record, edit, and publish high-quality videos (including screen capture and mobile video) with Camtasia for Mac 2.
Learn how to use a blended learning approach in the classroom. Find out how to combine face-to-face instruction with online learning and create dynamic, engaging, and student-focused lessons.
Learn how to create your own ebooks with iBooks Author. Find out how to import text from Word or InDesign, add images and interactive widgets, include links and bookmarks, and export your book for publication as an EPUB or PDF.
Break out of the walls of your learning management system and create open, connected spaces for student learning and engagement with WordPress.
Demonstrates the powerful screen recording capabilities of Camtasia Studio, including how to set up, record, edit, and share a professional looking screencast.
Explores Moodle's rich learning environment and helps students successfully navigate a typical Moodle course.
Helps educators create online courses that complement classroom-based instruction and foster student interaction using the free learning management system Moodle.
Shows how to capture and organize projects and action items into a system for managing tasks and getting work done.
A step-by-step course through a typical Moodle course for students, including how to post materials and chat with other students.
How to build a course, post assignments, and use the integrated grade book to organize the final scores in a class.
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