Apple has released its iBooks 2 for iPad system, which is intended to replace paper school textbooks with interactive digital iPad textbooks
Students can take notes within the iBooks 2 app
Students can highlight text within the iBooks 2 app
This morning at New York City's Guggenheim Museum, Apple announced the launch of its iBooks 2 for iPad system. The technology is intended to replace traditional paper school textbooks with interactive digital textbooks, that students would access on their own personal iPads. Educational publishers including Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, McGraw-Hill and Pearson will supply content on the iBookstore, with most titles priced at no more than US$14.99. Mac users will also be able to create their own digital textbooks, using the authoring tool, iBooks Author.
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