I've been an apple user since my sophomore year of high school, so I already knew a lot of things about the iPad that were introduced in the iBook. However, I didn't know that you could highlight iBooks and notes. I will be able to use this in my future studies and also classroom. I also learned a lot about how to do split view and slide over so that I can multitask even easier on iPad.
This also served as a good reminder on things like Airplay and Screen Mirroring, because I have always had to struggle through setting that up. This provided me with a solid way to do these things without having to slowly go through the process of figuring it out as I go.
I think that this iBook and site will be incredibly helpful for the people who are used to using PC or Android devices since that transition can be really hard. This provides non-apple users with a guide to reference whenever they need help before the class period.