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Barnebokapp: Press here by Tullet

Jeg har nu testet ut en del barnebøker på Ipad, les her for å se dem  … Jeg har sett igjennom det meste av det som finnes på norsk. For ca 1 år siden skrev jeg om det i Bok og bibliotek. Jeg mener vel fremdeles at vi finner det beste i utlandet

Men hvordan finne frem til de gode barnebok appene?

Jeg har kommet over noen nettsteder som jeg bruker og som jeg gjerne deler med deg:

Kirkus Reviews: iPad Book Apps

Seriøst nettsted med god og informative anmeldelser av barnebok apper. Best of lister. Anbefales.

Maintaining its position as the first review resource to bring a critical eye to children’s book apps as a distinct new category, Kirkus Reviews today announced the creation of a discovery engine devoted exclusively to this burgeoning area of publishing and app development

School Library Journal: Touch and Go Blog

Gode anmeldelser av skolebibliotekarer.

Touch and Go, a guide to the best apps and enhanced books for children and teens, is a blog powered by School Library Journal. Reviews, commentary, news, and interviews with movers and shakers in the dynamic world of digital publishing will be posted on the blog on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.Touch and Go reviews will be also archived in SLJ‘s review database.

Digital Storytime

En smule amerikansk, men god oversikt over de ulike barnebok appene som finnes.

Each review is written by Carisa herself and takes a great deal of time. As a result, the site cannot review all submissions, meaning the site does trend toward apps with reviews over 3.5+ stars overall. Only book apps available as iOS Universal or iPad apps are currently considered for review. Most of the apps reviewed, although not all, fall into the iTunes category of “Books” in the AppStore. Apps based on print titles and those with a text story will also be considered when published under other categories

Children’s Technology Review

Et nettsted som tar for seg flere sider ved barn og apper, forskning, bruk i barnehage osv

Since 1993, we’ve worked toward a single goal: “to provide complete and objective reviews of children’s interactive media products.” We’re like a cross between Consumer Reports and the US Census, only we zero in on one category of products — children’s interactive media. This includes the latest apps, tablets, video games, virtual worlds, technology toys (“smart toys”) and whatever else will be invented next week.