Your toolbox to make books interactive

Your toolbox to make books interactive

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Now you can use our toolbox to make books interactive. This means great opportunities to create your own books with interactivity. This means a format, and concept that is especially well-adapted to books for all forms of learning, teen- and children’ books, and non-fiction in general. But they work for all forms of storytelling. Only your creativity sets the limit to create astonishing learning, engaging, and inclusive experiences. You can use it to integrate with your printed book (see below) or traditional ebook, or in the interaQtive book-format.

Stockholm History Package - Make Books Interactive
Stockholm History package with printed book, audiobook and interaQtive book (soon also in English)
With Interactive Map And Soon Interactive Social Features
With interactive map and soon interactive social features

To make books interactive services

In case you need help to develop your interactive features or interaQtive book we offer Storyteller on Demand-services. This service work both as an all-in-one solution or, as an á la carte. Even if we have developed a platform, a makerspace, called SOE PublishingLab for interactive books. We believe that the format is not the issue, but the user experience, the iReaders’ individual requirements, and preferences. In order to empower learning and engagement, including the fun factor. All this with simple and user-friendly distribution to all forms of devices and OS like Android, Chromebooks, iOS, Windows and Linux.

Toolbox for interactive books and traditional publishing

In our own production, we are now integrating interactive features in traditional book publishing as well as producing interaQtive books. It includes non-fiction books for adults as well as teen- and children-books, more information about our production later.

Written by
LarsGoran Bostrom
Founder of eLearningworld Europe AB – E as in Experience and author of Learning Design in Practice for Everybody

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