LumiBook is an interactive content platform that connects authors and readers in the first online collaborative reading and learning experience. LumiBook automatically delivers author updates, user comments, peer notes, and a host of tools that change a text into a multi-dimensional reading experience:
Audio: Downloadable audio clips from the author will guide you through your reading experience.
Polls: The author can gather real-time data on a specific question. You as a reader can see the data of how other readers answer.
Notes: Reflect on what you learned in each specific section in notes that you can make public to specific groups or keep private.
Share: Send a section of a LumiBook via email, internal PD 360 message, or social media.
Slideshows: The author can share a collection of images, slideshows, and other types of presentations to further illustrate the important aspects of the text.
Discussion: Start a discussion or join a conversation on a specific section of a LumiBook text.
My Work: Upload and store examples of your work as part of your professional development goals. You can make these uploads public or keep them private.
Bookmarks: Save as many sections as you need, helping you quickly refer to it throughout your reading experience.
File Downloads: Downloads are available for worksheets, documents, or other files provided by the author for your personal use.
Webinars: Authors and readers come together in scheduled webinars to discuss the material and address new topics. Readers can review past webinars for free with a simple click. (Coming soon)
Images: View images from the author that visually enhance your reading and support the principles of the book with graphs, charts, and more.
Videos: Experience author developed videos and PD 360 videos within the text.
The LumiBook reading experience does not simply deliver information—these learning tools give readers and authors alike a platform on which to build knowledge. In this collaborative learning environment, participants discuss ideas with each other and the author in real time, working together to progress in the principles and create new ideas. With this seamless blend of theory and application, educators have better tools to build better classrooms.