iBooks Author Widgets and Layout Posted on July 29, 2019July 29, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev Biography In Hindi|सद्गुरु जग्गी वासुदेव का जीवन परिचय सम्पूर्णIzithembiso zami 28 thoughts on “iBooks Author Widgets and Layout” How do you allow student to fill-in answers from lesson review and submit information? Reply very helpful and well explained. Good teacher Jermy Kemp. Reply Amazing ! Reply Excellent advice, thank you so much! We were struggling to find ways for our students to be able to review lesson content in our media space, but with this new knowledge we should be able to make a short ibook for every lesson and let the students use them freely. again, great instructional video, thank you! Reply Nice thank you. Reply Very nicely done. I am definitely much more able to understand the various tool features, and the associated tools I need to bring a good document together! I'd rate you high, as a teacher–succinct and clear. Thank you for your effort. Harley Reply No way! We have the same last name! Also, great video! Very helpful! Reply This is the best piece of instructional content I have used for a while. Thanks so much! Reply Nice bid but can I use this app on my PC? And if not what what can i use for PC Reply Thank you. I appreciate you putting this together. Reply Nice tutorial Jeremy, One question please, how can I add voice in iBooks author when the kids touch one word ? ( example: its pronountiation ? Reply Hi Jeremy, is there anyway you can make your sample or bok available to the UK (i.e. non-US) store please? It looks fantastic and I could imagine it really firing up people's interest here at my University on Sheffield. all the best Graham Reply Easy to understand. Reply Jeremy, that is fantastic. Thanks so much for the inspiration dude 🙂 Reply great work Doc 🙂 Reply Felicidades por este tutorial, esta muy bien realizado es de fácil compleción, saludos. Reply thanks…this video helped me out a lot! Reply Nicely done. Like how you keep the pace lively. Thanks for creating. Reply Nice job. You should consider creating more tutorials dedicated to each facet of iBooks Author so that new users can follow step by step directions. As a teacher looking for well developed online training, I can tell you it is very hard to find. This tutorial was a great start. I would appreciate any future iBooks Author tutuorials that you present. Thanks again for this tutorial. Reply Great Video, thank you. Reply Cant get to add the click sound on keynote when creating the hyperlink, Am i missing a step. Please help? Reply Thanks for the overview. Well done in such a short time frame. I need one on the "review" process in Widgets, which you didn't cover in this video. Thanks again!! Reply Great introduction Jeremy. Kudos to you for highlighting key features in brief 11 minutes presentation. In my opinion template choice is severely limiting. Hopefully templates become available on app store for sale in near future or is there a way to install custom templates … things geared for younger audience. Default templates look very academic 🙂 Reply Great work Reply Very nice showcase of the features and appreciated the comparison with the iWork interface. Pretty amazing – i can see even making short tutorials this way. Can you save the book and use it without sending it to the Apple store? Reply thanks for this tutorial its very helpful Reply You need to touch more on the Copyright issues with Google warehouse 3D models – because if you use any of these that are licensed in a paid for book there is a breach of copyright. Reply Thanks. Good overview of what iAuthor can do. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.