Make It Yourself: Students as eBook Creators

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In this month’s Exploring eBooks for K-12 webinar on, presenter Carl Harvey provided ideas and examples of how educators and their students can create their own eBooks.  He discussed how creating eBooks can be used as to tool to align with Common Core standards for collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity.  He also shared ways to get students to create their own content and eBooks as well as different platforms available to create eBooks. This program is presented by Carl A. Harvey II,  school librarian at North Elementary School in Noblesville, Indiana.

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