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Kevin Harris: eBook Treasure Hunt

August 18th, 2010 No Comments

eBook Treasure Hunt at Manningham library; via neighbourhoods.typepad.com Even though the eBook Treasure Hunt took place in 2009 I hadn’t come across it until I was looking for projects for my talk at Be2camp Brum 2010 last week. I used this project to help me explain the idea that eBooks facilitate shared making. I thought […]

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How to keep a geological field notebook

August 6th, 2010 No Comments

A very tangible field notebook (via fieldnotebookcom) Following on from the paper versus digital notebook conversation the other day I came across this post describing how to keep a geological field notebook. What I liked was how few of the characteristics and possible uses of a geologists field notebook they list actually have to do […]

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Alice Angus: 12 Month Schedule

July 16th, 2010 No Comments

This 12 Month Schedule by Alice is my new favourite eBook. It has one month per page with pages for notes  and every page is decorated with illustrations by Alice. It’s designed as a notebook to carry around and use as a way to keep yourself organised, jot down ideas or make sketches. But seriously, […]

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Access Art: The Scrappy Sketchbook

July 15th, 2010 1 Comment

bookleteer eBooks have often been used as sketchbooks or notebooks for people to draw or write in (as seen in yesterday’s post on ‘A Little Something About Me‘!) and one of the things I love best about them is that they are such a manageable size and look so handmade that it’s almost impossible to […]

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Printed Ethnographic Notebooks

June 25th, 2010 1 Comment

Last summer I collaborated with James Leach (Anthropology Dept, University of Aberdeen), Lissant Bolton and Liz Bonshek (Ethnographic Dept, British Museum) to help document the visit to London of two people from Reite village, Papua New Guinea – Porer Nombo and Pinbin Sisau. Porer and Pinbin had been invited to come to the British Museum to […]

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Carnet du Bibliexplorateur

February 9th, 2010 No Comments

We received an email yesterday from a user based in Epinay sur Seine, France describing how he’s used bookleteer with his students: My name is J.-Thomas Maillioux, and I’ve been working as the librarian for the collège Evariste Galois middle school since 2005. I’ve recently started to use the bookleteers to create “adventure books” for […]

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Recent eBooks made with bookleteer

December 14th, 2009 No Comments

We now have over 70 registered users of bookleteer and the number of eBooks and StoryCubes being created and published is growing by the week. We’ve recently published new Transformations series commissions by Linda Carroli, Julie Myers and Will Davies with forthcoming works in the pipeline by Rita J. King, Ghislaine Boddington and Andrew Kötting. There […]

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