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Literacy Magazine
Lynn Kaniff
Hi, all! I would like to re-create our high school literacy magazine on-line. I've looked up a lot of sites, but none seem to be exactly what I need. Is the only way to create a "hardline" copy and then create a PDF, and then put it on a blog or something? I'm looking for someone who has done this, and I don't care if it's the BEST way, but a method that works and is free. Thank you in advance!!
Aug. 08, 2014 at 7:13 am
carolyn fruin
You can create your PDF and then insert it into a tutorial. There is one school I know of that has created a playlist of monthly magazines. http://www.sophia.org/playlists/bethlehem-academy-star-newspaper
He does it by year and puts all in one tutorial. You might consider each month it's own tutorial and then a playlist for each year. Nice thing from this is that you can then embed the playlist on any other sites you might use like your school site or your own site. I'd be more than happy to help more. Let me know if you're interested in figuring out a way.
Carrie
Sep. 05, 2014 at 2:53 pm

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