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Simplebooklet - middlespot.com

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Simplebooklet is more than simple! Your will be able to create your own virtual pamphlet, brochure, flier, or booklet, and publish it in many different ways. Simplebooklet allows you...more
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Simplebooklet is more than simple! Your will be able to create your own virtual pamphlet, brochure, flier, or booklet, and publish it in many different ways. Simplebooklet allows you to have text, video, audio, embeddable widgets, and files. It's as easy as opening a page and then drag and drop. You'll be allowed to re-size, too. The product will be very professional looking. This application is easy to navigate. There is a slide show to help you get started, several example products, and you can create a demo product to see if you like it. There are many forms a product can take on Simplebooklets.

tag(s): digital storytelling (80), graphic design (32), writing (314)

In the Classroom

Get some creative writing ideas at Seventh Sanctum: Writing Generators reviewed here or Dragon Writing Prompts reviewed here and then have students design their short story booklets. In social studies or government class have students design fliers for the candidate of their choice, or a bumper sticker. Remember those travel brochures your world language students used to make with glue sticks and scissors? Try this online tool instead. In science class students can design a booklet to explain to a younger student a concept they are learning. Have your students post their work to a class wiki for parents to view or even for a contest. (If you have not tried a wiki yet, visit the TeachersFirst Wiki Walk-Through, for a detailed, step-by-step explanation and starter help, including dozens of ideas for ways to use a wiki in your classroom.) Once finished, the product can be printed, embedded on a web page, or emailed.

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