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Dec
03

99¢ Podcast: Creating Multimedia eBooks

A recording of my 65 minute videoconference on December 1st, “Creating Multimedia eBooks,” is available as a 99¢ download. This is a high quality screencast published at 1024 x 768 pixel resolution, and is 1.4 GB in size. (A high speed Internet connection is required for download.) The workshop description was:

Learn how to create enhanced/multimedia eBooks including digital text, hyperlinks, images, and embedded videos. In addition to using Apple Pages software (part of iWork) participants will learn how to use Calibre software (free and cross-platform) to convert multimedia documents into a variety of eBook formats.

Use the ADD TO CART link below to purchase via PayPal or Google Checkout.

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This podcast is a QuickTime movie, which can be viewed on a laptop or desktop computer using free QuickTime Player software from Apple. It also looks great on an iPad!

All referenced links and resources from the podcast and videoconference are linked on wfryer.me/ebooks.

Update 31 March 2012: This video podcast is now available FREE on YouTube, and closed captioning via automatic transcriptions are available if needed.

If you are interested in having this workshop shared via videoconference for your school or educational organization, please request it via the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration.

Visit learn.playingwithmedia.com for more information about upcoming scheduled workshops supporting the eBook, “Playing with Media: simple ideas for powerful sharing” by Wesley Fryer.

2 comments

  1. Dr. Jacqui Cyrus says:

    Hi Wes:
    I have tried ordering this podcast, but I cannot get very far. Can you help?

    -j-

    1. Wesley Fryer says:

      Thanks for sending me the tweet as well as the comment… did the suggestion to use a different web browser work for you? I saw you’d successfully purchased it.

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