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Tag Archives: iBooks Author
Posted on March 9, 2012 by Phil Hill
When Apple made the iBooks Author / iBooks2 / iTunesU app announcement on January 19th, there were many arguments for and against their implied educational market strategy. In the educational technology community, two of the most intense arguments why Apple’s … Continue reading →
Posted on February 9, 2012 by Michael Feldstein
When Apple announced both the release of their iBooks 2 and upgrades to iTunes University, I was curious to see what kind of integration they had between the two. If you do a web search on the subject, you will … Continue reading →
Posted on January 24, 2012 by Michael Feldstein
Unsurprisingly, there has been a lot of good coverage of the Apple announcements already. I’m partial to Phil Hill’s pre- and post-announcement write-ups here at e-Literate as well as Audrey Watters’ analysis at Hack Education. Nevertheless, I do think there are … Continue reading →