The e-learning exercise for the sixth week of EDUC5860 – Issues in Digital Technology in Education was to create an eBook or a mobile app then Tweet a link to the book to the class at the class hashtag, #EDUC5860. I chose to explore and create an eBook rather than create an app as I’ve been a life-long fan of books and most other printed matter. Creating an eBook is something that I’ve wanted to do for some time now. Being that I really enjoy working with most Apple products I decided to use Apple’s iBooks Author app as my tool for building and delivering my eBook. I recall watching the press conference that introduced the iBooks Author app and I’ve been extremely keen to try it ever since. Continue reading
The e-learning exercise for the fifth week of EDUC5860 – Issues in Digital Technology in Education was to create a custom blog then Tweet about it to the class at the class hashtag, #EDUC5860. I actually created a blog component to my website when I created this site to fulfill the week three e-learning tool exercise which was website development. At this point though the blog component is beginning to take better shape as I’ve fleshed it out with more class related posts a well as a couple of my York work related posts. I’ll use this week as an opportunity to further articulate what my intention and plan for this blog is, what I plan to do differently from previous blogs I’ve worked with and what have been my most recent experiences and learnings in regards to blogs.