- Thanks Nik, but what about most us who don t meet the requirements? * Requirements: This book can only be viewed using iBooks 3.0 or later on an iPad. iOS 5.1Message 1 of 3 , Jun 29, 2013View SourceThanks Nik,
but what about most us who don't meet the requirements?
Requirements: This book can only be viewed using iBooks 3.0 or later
on an iPad. iOS 5.1 or later is required.
On 2013-06-28 ?? 8:07, Nik Peachey wrote:
> There's an interesting free iBook you can download from iTunes -
> Produced by the Open University
> Advances in Technology Enhanced Learning
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- It s disappointing that the Open University has decided to publish in such a closed proprietary format. Generally it s an institution that prides itself onMessage 2 of 3 , Jun 29, 2013View SourceIt's disappointing that the Open University has decided to publish in
such a closed proprietary format. Generally it's an institution that
prides itself on "openness
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I wonder if there are any openness arguments in favour of the latest
ios? Accessibility maybe?
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> Thanks Nik,
> but what about most us who don't meet the requirements?
> Requirements: This book can only be viewed using iBooks 3.0 or
> on an iPad. iOS 5.1 or later is required.[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]