Electronic books or e-books have great potential for improving learning for children in a variety of ways. These sessions focus on the power of e-books for 1) improving access to resources in support of literacy and 2) empowering educators to flexibly create contextually appropriate e-books for their students. By completing these sessions, you will learn how to create an open e-book for children

Authors Royce Kimmons, PhD
Margaret Vaughn, PhD
Department Curriculum & Instruction
Suggested Attribution Kimmons, R. & Vaughn, M. (2014). Creating open e-books for children. University of Idaho Doceo Center Open Courses. Retrieved from http://courses.doceocenter.org/open_e-books_for_children. Licensed under CC BY 3.0.


Daily Schedule
DayAssigned Modules
April 7 Modules 1-4
April 14 Modules 5.1, 5.2 (optional), 6.1, 6.2, 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4
April 21 Modules 8-9
April 28 Modules 10


In order to complete and submit course assignments, you will need a school or personal Google account. If you do not have a Google account, you may create a free account:

Create a free Google Account

Once you have a Google account, you should join the Google+ Open Educators of Idaho community. This is optional, but it will improve your learning experience and ongoing collaborations with other participants.

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