Tag: interactive books

To be an interactive storyteller

Curiosity builds bridges between what you already know and what you want to know. The engine for curiosity is interactivity that can be formed with an almost unlimited amount of methods, design and techniques. This could mean the interactivity between the reader and the printed story. Between the viewer and a video- or sound-sequence or…
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February 20, 2019 0

How to integrate EdTech in Your Learning Environment

Let’s see how an organisation can reach Level 3 on the eLearningworld Digital Maturity Model. To make learning more effective and in general improve the learning experience. The teachers/educators were trained at Level 2 and to some extent, digital content is used in the education. But now is the time to integrate the digital environment…
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February 18, 2019 0

Best practice to improve Your writing skills – #MondayMotivation

“A good writer should be able to write comedic work that made you laugh, and scary stuff that made you scared, and fantasy or science fiction that imbued you with a sense of wonder, and mainstream journalism that gave you clear and concise information in a way that you wanted it.” Neil Gaiman Best practice…
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February 18, 2019 0

To unite Science and Fiction – and make it interesting – #FridayMotivation

“I’m fond of science fiction. But not all science fiction. I like science fiction where there’s a scientific lesson, for example – when the science fiction book changes one thing but leaves the rest of science intact and explores the consequences of that. That’s actually very valuable.” Richard Dawkins So let’s find a trigger, a…
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February 15, 2019 0

Copyright rules fit for digital era in Europe

Yesterday, the European Parliament, the Council of the EU and the Commission reached a political agreement. To adapt the copyright rules to the digital single market. The focus has been directed on improving the conditions for all creative sectors. In the light of the tech development e.g. music streaming services, video-on-demand platforms, news aggregators and…
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February 14, 2019 0

Using Neuroscience and eBooks for Native Advertising

Mike Templeman identifies in Forbes five points of how to include neuroscience research in your native advertising and content marketing. Below we will use these points connected with using eBooks in the content marketing strategy. The concept basically is focusing on emotions and to keep it simple in order to boost engagement. The engine is interactivity. Step…
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February 13, 2019 0

Virtual Reality for Publishing and Learning Design

Virtual Reality will have a great impact on future publishing and learning is a trend that acknowledged by many sources. But what is really the benefits when using VR in practice within these areas. Let’s turn to journalism as an interesting example. Virtual Reality for Publishing In a study from Penn State University, the participants described…
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February 12, 2019 0

Artificial Intelligence and its ability to improve healthcare

As artificial intelligence is making its way into society, research on the consequences of the development is lagging behind. Artificial intelligence can improve our lives if we use it properly. But for this, we need to know what we can benefit from the systems and what the weaknesses are. Technology should support us, not alienate.…
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February 10, 2019 0

An adventurous journey that returns before you left off – #FridayMotivation

“Time travel used to be thought of as just science fiction, but Einstein’s general theory of relativity allows for the possibility that we could warp space-time so much that you could go off in a rocket and return before you set out.” Stephen Hawking Such an adventurous journey is an interesting perspective for great stories. Or…
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February 8, 2019 0

Classical Languages are back in school

Since the French Government introduced Latin and ancient Greek in high school in 2016 the number of students studying classical languages has continually increased. In 2018 81 257 high school students follow a teaching of Latin and/or ancient Greek. In the new high school, these classic languages will be taken into account in the continuous…
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February 8, 2019 0