Adding answers


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Adding answers

In a printed math lesson, you can give students access to the answers to math questions directly on the page or in a different part of the book. You can use either of these approaches in iBooks Author and make them interactive using the Glossary feature or a Pop-Over widget. So here at the start of my project, I have the Are You Ready? section with four quick examples for students to try. And with my cursor after the last one, I'll just tap the down arrow key on my keyboard to jump to the top of the next page where I can see the answers that came in with the Microsoft Word document.

I'd like to make these answers available to students and one approach we can use is to put these in a glossary part of our project to separate them from the rest of the content on the page, like the answers at the back of a printed book. So, what I can do is select these, and for now I'll just copy them. I'll tap the up arrow key again to jump back to the bottom of the first page, and I'...

Adding answers
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Adding answers provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mike Rankin as part of the iBooks Author for Teachers: Creating a Math Lesson

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