What are you doing with DPS in K-12 education
Posted on Jul 29, 2013 by Dan Armstrong Latest activity: Jun 28, 2017
I ran a series of DPS courses with students during the beta with the Digital Publishing Suite. We created some different things and I would like to understand how other schools are using it. We created a couple different things:
#1 We created a fire evacuation route map utilizing multi-state objects. It had buttons that you could click based on where you were in the building and it would show you which way to exit the building. The idea was that you are not always in you class when the fire bell goes off. We considered adding the Emergency response manual to it as well but never got that far.
#2 We created a student hand book. It has a button for each section of the hand book and the students could push the button to jump to the section that they wanted to navigate to. It was pretty good but at the time we were only able to use it on the ipad and I knew that if I wanted to get to the students I would have to get it ready for the iPod touch.
Now there is an option to publish to the iPod touch and I am wondering what others are doing with the DPS solution as I have been out of the DPS scene for about a year.