Thursday, October 18
- Reading: Read "The Print Fetish" by Lee Bessette at Inside Higher Ed.
- Reading Responses: What do you think it will take to move beyond the print fetish, or what I've called "the lingering hegemony of print." What has to change? How will it change? Why might it be considered a "fetish." Use the tags: reading response, print fetish, and any others that you wish. (Use all lower case for tags for consistency.) If you're up to it, you could post your response directly to the Inside Higher Ed blog. Just double-check what you've written before posting, with the awareness that a lot of other people might read your response and possibly respond to you, including the author.
- Comment on the reading responses from last week, and be sure to reply to any comments on your own responses.
Learning Module 8: Setting up the iBooks Author Workspace
- Discuss and prepare for the visit by Apple iBook Author developers. Try to have some prototypes to show on Tuesday, October 30.
For Tuesday, October 23
- Reading: Read "Apple's iBooks Author: The iTunes of Self-Publishing Apps?" at Ars Technica.
- Reading Response: What are some of the possibilities and limitations of iBooks Author? What ideas does this article discuss that will be useful in the development of your book project? Use the tags: reading response, ibooks author, and any others that you wish. (Use all lower case for tags for consistency.)