Here are the newest additions to The Best Resources For Beginning iPad Users:
Book Creator seems like the easiest tool for making “talking books” on the iPad. Langwitches has a tutorial on using it. I originally heard about the tool from Lea Anne.
iPad Publishing seems to have a good list of useful and educational iPad apps.
Here’s a Co.Design post about Haiku Deck, a presentation app for the iPad.
IPads Are Like Hammers is an interesting post.
Four Reasons Why School Tablet Rollouts Can Stumble – Or Fail is from ZD Net.
Little Story Maker App: Listening, Reading, Customizing, Personalizing is a post from Langwitches about an other bookmaking app.
The revolution has started. The first ever interactive, “multi-touch” textbook, a resource designed to maximize oral output in the classroom, has just been published for iPad. This new classroom resource is called Catalyst: A Conversation Taskbook for English Language Learners and you can find out more by visiting http://www.speekeezy.ca/ or you can just download the free sample on iTunes here:https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/catalyst-esl-taskbook/id564638682?mt=11. Catalyst is also available in traditional paper.