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  • 1. Fall 2012© Capstone All Rights Reserved.
  • 2. The QuestionAccording to School Library Journal survey data• Only 29% of elementary libraries have eBook access now.• 82% expect to have eBook access within five years.Our own survey data show that 89% of our customersexpect to spend 30% of their budgets on digitalpurchases within the next two years.How will libraries move from here to there? © Capstone All Rights Reserved.
  • 3. The Digital ShiftLimiting factors to The Digital Shift•Market confusion•Complex or proprietary implementations•Fear of orphan products•Perception of “sticking your neck out”•Unclear who in the school is responsible © Capstone All Rights Reserved.
  • 4. Library digital products for successIF the goals of a digital implementation are:• To reduce the places students go for information.• To invigorate the library.• To make the library the hub of all learning and thinking.• To satisfy requests from students, parents and staff• To not lock into an orphan or proprietary technology. © Capstone All Rights Reserved.
  • 5. Digital SuccessThan please consider the following as it relates toimplementing digital library products.• ALL Digital products purchased by the library should include MaRC records.• ALL resources including digital should be loaded into the ALREADY existing and functional tool that everyone uses for finding resources… the library catalog.• Stay away from platforms that hold the items you BUY and require you to continue using them to access YOUR eBooks. © Capstone All Rights Reserved.
  • 6. Managing DigitalLibraries are already set up tomanage digital… AND it is thesame method we use for books. © Capstone All Rights Reserved.
  • 7. Digital products, the Capstone way© Capstone All Rights Reserved.
  • 8. WHAT• OVER 2000 interactive titles• The #1 elementary database, PebbleGO• Live voice audio• Text highlighting• Easy to use and implement
  • 9. HOW• Work on a computer or mobile devices• MaRC records to support access• Easy access• Home and School Access• 24/7/365 multi-user• UNLIMITED SITE LICENCE – multiuser – ONE COPY, FOR THE WHOLE SCHOOL!
  • 10. WHY?• The WHY of Capstone – WE CREATE AWESOME READING EXPERENCES! – WE CARE ABOUT OUR CUSTOMERS AND BELIEVE WHAT THEY ARE DOING MAKES THE WORLD BETTER – LIBRARIANS CAN TRUST CAPSTONE CONTENT
  • 11. WHY?• The WHY of Capstone Digital – We want to meet kids where they are! (digital natives, mobile, interested in learning) – We believe libraries are about finding, analyzing and critically thinking about information, true learning. They are not warehouses for books – FREE YOURSELF TO ENGAGE KIDS, not be exclusively about the circulation of books
  • 12. Capstone Interactive Library
  • 13. Take a look
  • 14. SPECIAL ON NOW!
  • 15. PebbleGo Animals
  • 16. PebbleGo Animals - Content
  • 17. Animals – Content Map      
  • 18. PebbleGo Earth and Space
  • 19. Earth and Space – Game Example
  • 20. Earth and Space – Content Map  • • • • • • • • • • • • •  • • • • • • • • •
  • 21. Biographies
  • 22. Sample Article Video linkCitationlink Timeline link
  • 23. PebbleGo Social Studies (NEW)     
  • 24. PebbleGo Social Studies
  • 25. All Databases Feature • • • •
  • 26. Questions and Discussion