- Mon, Nov 13, 2017 04:30 AM
Lifelong Learning Institute,
Latitude: 1.31969, Longitude: 103.892
Overview An eBook is a compelling read due to its ability to hold the reader through interactive multimedia beyond text. The eBook can engage a reader through multi-sensory channels of text, image, graphics and video to bring a story to life. Writing a book of your life need not be boring text alone. Now, everyone can author an eBook without tears! Yes, no more expensive hardware and difficult software to learn – just a tablet or notebook computer will suffice. The rest you need is your creativity and imagination. Learning Outcome At the end of this workshop, you will be able to: Set up an account to create eBooks Describe storytelling techniques Prepare multimedia elements Create eBook page and insert content Publish an eBook Who Should Attend This programme is for professionals in: Adult Education: trainer, coache, facilitator, educator, assessor, instructional designer Anyone interested in publishing eBooks About the Speaker Dr Soo Wai Man has two decades of teaching and instructional development experiences. He had served at two local polytechnics, SIM University, Singapore Management University, Citigroup, and as Deputy Director, Institute for Adult Learning, where he introduced blended e-learning into WSQ courses, conducted workshops on e-learning design and development. Education Ph.D. (Instructional Design and Development), NTU-NIE (2003) M.Ed. (Educational Studies), Sheffield University, U.K. (1996). M.A. (Computer Education), United States International University, San Diego, California, U.S.A. (1991). Higher National Diploma (Electronics), Southampton College of Higher Education, U.K. (1984) WSQ ACTA/DACE certified What to Bring Participants are required to bring the following: Notebook computer (Mac or Windows), OR Tablet (minimum 7-inch screen iPad or Android) Administrator’s rights to install applications Note: Internet access is required for all devices. Free Wi-Fi access will be provided at the training site.