Subtext has already been shown to be great for reading. You can collaborate with peers, ask and respond to questions, among many other wonderful things. If you've already checked out my last blog post about Subtext, you would know how much my students and I enjoy using this app.
Subtext isn't just restricted to guided reading and closed reading of already published texts with K-12 students. It can be used for so many different things, such as writing. That is where BookCreator comes in. These two apps together make a beautiful friendship. You get the combination of creating eBooks with Book Creator with the collaborative features of Subtext.
Once you have created your book with Book Creator, you can export the book to Subtext. Simply click on Export as PDF, Open in another App, and Click on Subtext. Now you have your book ready to share with others.
There are two aspects of using these two apps together. First is that you can simply share published pieces with each other. The second aspect of using them together is to have the class help revise and edit texts.
By using Subtext with Book Creator, you can send the book to so many other people before you end up with your finished published work. Try these apps together and you'll love the results. Students working together to get books ready for publishing.
Below is a slideshow of all the steps to take to use Book Creators books in SubText.