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A Rose is a Rose, or Promoting Reading in All Formats

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  • 1. A Rose is a Rose Promoting reading in all formats Susan Geiger, Librarian Jessica Simons, Librarian Anne Arriaga, Librarian Moreau Catholic High School Internet Librarian Monterey, October 22, 2012
  • 2. The Library and Learning Commons Moreau Catholic High School
  • 3. Location Location Location
  • 4. Simple displays can sell
  • 5. Anybody do this ???
  • 6. Anybody do this ???
  • 7. Genre NeighborhoodsShannon MillerVan MeterElementary School
  • 8. Selling the story ebook or print
  • 9. How do you find it here?
  • 10. TOOLS
  • 11. YA Book Blogs: Galleysmith
  • 12. YA Book Blogs: Pure Imagination
  • 13. YA Book Blogs: Forever YoungAdult
  • 14. On Twitter...
  • 15. YALSA Teen Book Finder
  • 16. Catalog Display
  • 17. Title Display filtered by age level and subject
  • 18. Expanded content view
  • 19. K-12 Filter applied to Buzz
  • 20. Request Review Copies
  • 21. Advance copies in ebook format
  • 22. How do you sell it here?
  • 23. Goodreads
  • 24. Promoting...
  • 25. Promoting cont.
  • 26. An MCHS Students Blog (class of 2013)
  • 27. Sharing is optional
  • 28. Library Thing, Shelfari, Good Reads,Jellybooks, Bookmooch, BookNibblr all attempt to help people find books in the cloud
  • 29. ...on goodreads
  • 30. New kid on the block NRiffle, the Pinterest of book Discovery ?
  • 31. Ratings have not caught on at Moreau Catholic
  • 32. A different kind of catalog
  • 33. New Ways to Curate
  • 34. New Ways to Promote
  • 35. Booktalks
  • 36. Powerpoint slides running in a loop
  • 37. Old School Rollout Nooks
  • 38. Frosh Orientation
  • 39. Nook vs. KindleSimple eReaderEase of purchase andmanagementAutomatic wireless uploadB&N handles uploading andmanagement if you have 25devices
  • 40. Making Purchases
  • 41. Nook Management
  • 42. eBook Collection
  • 43. Ex Libris
  • 44. Read-a-thon
  • 45. NEW FRIENDS MADEAT THE READ-A-THON
  • 46. Image CreditsWhite rose image: http://www.fotopedia.com/items/flickr-2322669138eBooks and eReadesrs: http://iplj.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/ebooks_books.jpgClouds: http://www.landscape-photo.net/albums/Sky-Clouds/normal_blue-sky-clouds-016.jpgTools: http://www.myisco.com/default.aspx?id=316Anatomy of Book Discovery: http://tinyurl.com/7khla5uBook Discovery Image from Good Reads: http://tinyurl.com/9krbl2b

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