This online training series takes a look at the iPad as an e-reading device. We focus on the three primary apps for reading books, magazines, and newspapers on the iPad, concentrating primarily on Apple's own iBooks app and iBookstore, but also looking at Amazon's Kindle app for iPad, and Barnes & Noble's NOOK app. We will cover the operation of the apps themselves, and explore how each manages a library of content. This series will also take a quick look at other apps for reading content, and at the various content formats. You'll learn tips on finding free content, and how to access magazines and newspapers on the iPad. Not an Atomic Learning subscriber? Learn more at www.atomiclearning.com/more.
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