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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Page Flip-Flap: Finally a Way to convert Documents to Flip Books

http://www.pageflip-flap.com/ Finally, there is an easy to use, no sign up needed way to convert your word, ppt, pdf documents to a 'flip book' for students to read in an engaging way. It is all web based and you upload your documetn to the website and it converts it to a flip book for you. the website gives you a URL to click on to see your flip book. Just remember that the documents you put on the website will be stored on the website (somewhere) and hence, you need to remember not to put any sensitive material onto the document to be converted (e.g. students' names, details etc.). Great for turning documents into Big Books for the younger students.

1 comment:

Siar said...

It's very creative to convert pdf to flash! If there are some tools to make it easily, I'm sure to try it!

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