Interactive Books with a Q Part 4 – Curiosity and Learning

Walt Disney’s words are a distinct definition of what a traditional book wants to accomplish and even more the functionally empowered book design of interactive books. Its interactive features take the iReader on a journey of deepening thoughts, engagement and learning by doing. Where the iReader remains the navigator of “opening new doors and doing new things” and curiosity is the fuel for the whole process. 

In this light the interactive book could be the source and solution to the following words of Albert Einstein:

“It is a miracle that curiosity survives formal education.”

Since it in itself generates fuel of curiosity for most people. It becomes informal learning in a formal context, which means an optimisation of the learning environment. See the animation and click the links below for more information. 

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Buy the book Learning Design in Practice for Everybody directly from the publishing house ebook | print

 

Involving Empowered Book Design

The book “Learning Design in Practice for Everybody” by LarsGoran Bostrom is available in a printed hardcover edition and as ebook. You can buy it directly from the publishing house in BiQStore – eBook or hardcover. The ebook is also available in many bookstores allover the world, click here for more information.

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Interactive Books take engagement to a new level – #MondayMotivation

“I want children to be glued to interactive books that encourage singing and dancing. I feel when kids work together it brings about a different energy.”
Lisa Loeb

Interactive books certainly taking the digital literature- and learning experience to the next level. The possible empowerment of a manuscript is next to endless. Where the basic solution is to always start from the reader or iReader that we prefer to call the user of an interactive book. Read more about our platform and services for interactive books.

Pablo Picasso on Learning – #MondayMotivation

I am always doing that which I cannot do, in order that I may learn how to do it.

Pablo Picasso

We visited Museo Picasso in Barcelona this weekend, an extraordinary centre of inspiration from one of the greatest artists. Let’s take Pablo Picasso’s words on learning above with us this week and create something great in any format! Maybe even in the form of an interactive book, if interested, learn more about it here.