Building Instructional Materials Through iWriter

Talking Panda’s iWriter has opened new pathways to learning. Through the program, instructors can now build study tools for the iPod.

iWriter comes equipped with templates through which instructors can create a syllabus, lecture notes, or a radio show. Students can also engage in the learning process by authoring their own material. All you have to do is write and/or copy & paste existing text into iWriter. You can also upload/link content such as audio files and images. Once your project is complete, you can upload it online or email the file to the class.

iWriter is available for both Mac OS X 10.2.8 (or later) and Windows 2000/XP.

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Contributions made by

Annelie Chapman, Ph.D.
Instructional Technology Coordinator UCLA Ctr for Digital Humanities (CDH)

James Williamson
Manager, Teaching Enhancement Center UCLA Office of Instructional Development

Has anyone had any experience with iWriter who would like to comment on the program? Any input would be appreciated.