SCHOOL E-BOOK STORE FRAMEWORK

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A shared service solution to create the capability of all schools to be the front store of engagement to select, recommend and deliver quality digital content for their learners. It is enabling the schools to lead the value creation of e-books and other multimedia content to acquire from different publishers and content authors

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SCHOOL E-BOOK STORE FRAMEWORK

  1. 1. SCHOOL E-BOOK STOREEnabling Solution Framework-John J. Macasio
  2. 2. THE CONTEXT By default, 21st century learner acquires and creates knowledge; learns, produces, interacts and enjoys through the gadgets, application, web address and digital file of understanding, relation, and performance.
  3. 3. THE GOALS1. Enable the school to get, review and deliver their recommended “e” reading and interactive experience. Making them available in the computer and mobile devices of the students.
  4. 4. THE GOALS2. Enable the school to create the “e” BOOK STORE on which the students, parents, teachers, administrators and publishers are effectively and securely engaged in the presentation and acquisition of digital content.
  5. 5. THE GOALS 3. Enable accredited publishers to simply and securely distribute “e” content through the school; share new learning content; and support the acquisition needs of the school bookstore.
  6. 6. THE GOALS4. Enable the school to make safe the person, identification and device of students inside the “e” transaction of digital content access and distribution.
  7. 7. THE GOALS 5. Enable the school and publishers conduct the purchasing process using the business work flow they are both familiar and comfortable.
  8. 8. MY SCHOOL E-BOOK STORE The school book store engages students and parents through its own on-line store counter and digital shelves of books and learning products chosen by the school from different publishers 1. Present 2. Transact 3. Deliver 4. Support
  9. 9. MY SCHOOL E-BOOK STORE • Through the e-book store, the school brings to the attention of teachers and academic manager the newly released digital content from various publishers.
  10. 10. MY SCHOOL E-BOOK STORE • It provides digitally accessible examination copies for academic users to review and recommend the digital content to be acquired and delivered on- line.
  11. 11. MY SCHOOL E-BOOK STORE • Through the e-book store, the school releases the reviewed and recommended e-books and supplementing digital content from accredited publishers and authors for student’s use.
  12. 12. MY SCHOOL E-BOOK STORE • The school insures that the student acquired digital resources matches the learning condition and performance goals of their instructional design.
  13. 13. MY E-BOOK B.Y.O.D. B-ring Y-our O-wn D-evice The e-book store brings the universal platform to give access, secure file, display content, and perform transaction in any device that the students bring and own, or what the school may prescribed for other purpose. 1. Get any device 2. Get to be enrolled 3. Get the content 4. Get the learning experience
  14. 14. MY E-BOOK B.Y.O.D. B-ring Y-our O-wn D-evice The e-book store provides the official shelf in the device of the students and teacher to acquire and install education applications that promote interactivity, creativity, authoring, content enrichment, learning collaboration, and self evaluation inside and outside of the classroom
  15. 15. MY E-BOOK B.Y.O.D. B-ring Y-our O-wn D-evice The e-book store maintains the official and secure registry of student profile and associated gadgets accepted by school. The person and device data are for the exclusive use of the schools in acquiring and servicing information.
  16. 16. MY PUBLISHERS DISTRISPACE The e-book and digital content supplier dashboard is where any publishers register for accreditation; share new learning materials; get teacher’s review; fulfil school’s order; monitor and report download activities; and link other services. 1. To inform product 2. To deliver order 3. To upload content 4. To monitor and report
  17. 17. SOLUTION PUB LISHERS DISTRISPACE SUBJECT SCHOOL VIEW TEACHER HEAD TEXTBOOKSTUDENT REVIEW SELECT Publisher 1PARENT PRESCRIBE ORDER LOG-IN Publisher 2 PURCHASE DELIVER LINK SCHOOL NAME DOWNLOAD USE PAYMENT SCHOOL Publisher 3 MODE: E-BOOKSTORE -OFFLINE PRESENT -ONLINE TRANSACT CHARGE BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE RECORD Publisher 4 UNIVERSAL E-READER REPORT
  18. 18. CORE PROCESSESSTUDENT SCHOOL PUBLISHEREnroll and Pay Tuition and Create E-Book Store Create –E-Book DistributorBook Fees Account AccountRegister the Access Device Select List of Publisher Publish e-Textbook Samples for ReviewCreate E-book Store Review Published e- Accept School E-Book StoreStudent Account Textbook AccreditationLog-in and download e- Order Copies of E-Textbook Accept Order of E-BookBook Store Apps StoreBrowse and Download Create Student and Device Define Download CreditsPre-Paid E-book Registry for E-Book Store Distribute e-Textbook to Monitor e-Textbook Student Download Generate Transaction/Sales Generate Transaction/Sales Report Report
  19. 19. PRODUCT DEMOwww.towerslibrary.com.ph

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