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eBook Observer by Frederik Lesage
Submitted by on April 12, 2010 – 10:38 am2 Comments

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About : An eNotebook for gathering user experiences and uses of bookleteer.com for an ongoing investigation into its application and potential.

This eNotebook is designed to collect feedback from anyone who has either used Diffusion eNotebooks/eBooks or bookleteer.com.

Please print out the eNotebook, fill in the questions and return to Proboscis – either by post or by scanning and emailing the completed eBook to us.

Published April 2010

Frederik Lesage is a Teaching Fellow at Kings College London in the Centre for Culture, Media and Creative Industries and LSE Fellow at the Media and Communications department of the London School of Economics and Political Science.

*** made with bookleteer.com ***

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Happy 2010
Submitted by on January 8, 2010 – 3:59 pmNo Comment

Proboscis wishes a happy and productive 2010 to all our Diffusion readers and contributors.

This year we’re hoping to take Diffusion eBooks and StoryCubes to new heights with bookleteer.com and some exciting new services we’ll be announcing in the Spring.

Meanwhile we’ve just published a case study by Kati Rynne on using bookleteer as a creative writer over on the bookleteer blog and yesterday we heard from Thomas Mailloux in France via Twitter that he’s created a library exploration field notebook for his students. We’d love to hear from other users of the Diffusion notebooks (and bookleteer) about what they use them for too.

If you’d like to use bookleteer.com to create your own Diffusion eBooks and StoryCubes please write to us at bookleteer [at] proboscis.org.uk for a test account.

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Your feedback and reviews
Submitted by on May 21, 2009 – 7:08 pmNo Comment

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We’d like to get more feedback and reviews from people who download the eBooks and StoryCubes on what they think of them (both the formats and the individual titles) –

  • what do you use them for (personal reading/set texts for students/research/inspiration/gifts etc)?
  • how would you review a particular eBook or StoryCube?
  • do you design your own eBooks using, or inspired, by our schematics?
  • would you like to create your own eBooks or StoryCubes using the new Diffusion Generator?
  • what kinds of eBooks/StoryCubes would you like to see us commissioning?
  • how can we make this site and the library better, easier to browse, more accessible?

Please feel free to reply using the Reviews/Comments section of this post or a specific eBook/StoryCube you want to comment on. Thanks.

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