► Cristine G. Goldberg (Adjunct Professor, University of the Cumberlands, College of Education, Williamsburg, KY)
► Danilo M. Baylen (Professor of Instructional Technology and School Library Media, ETF Department, College of Education, University of West Georgia, Carrollton, GA)
Teachers always need good ideas to engage students and enhance their learning. This paper session will demonstrate to K-12 teachers and higher education faculty how to use multiple technology-based tools in creating an e-book that delivers content and meets a variety of standards. The experience will also facilitate the development of digital literacy skills expected in 21st century classrooms. Participants will leave with ideas on how to make their own e-books that are appropriate for their students or in collaboration with older students and/or adults to support multi-generational activities. The presentation will not only describe the project but also showcase examples of student-produced e-books.
Filmed November 6, 2014 during the 47th International Visual Literacy Association (IVLA) conference at the Toledo Museum of Art. Produced by Penta Career Center.