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NCompass Live: eBooks - The Changing Landscape in South Dakota Schools

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25% of schools nationally have access to downloadable eBooks and audiobooks. What's the scene at your school? Attend this session to hear more about your options and learn where to look to bring …

25% of schools nationally have access to downloadable eBooks and audiobooks. What's the scene at your school? Attend this session to hear more about your options and learn where to look to bring eBooks into your student's lives. Content covered will include popular eBook models, platform choices and things to consider when looking at adding eBooks to your library's options. Speakers: Joan Upell, School Library Coordinator and Julie Erickson, Electronic Resources Coordinator, South Dakota State Library.

NCompass Live
June 19, 2013
http://nlc.nebraska.gov/ncompasslive/

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  • 1. the Changing Landscape in South DakotaSchoolseBooks
  • 2. Joan UpellSchool Library CoordinatorSouth Dakota State LibraryJoan.upell@state.sd.usJulie EricksonElectronic Resources CoordinatorSouth Dakota State LibraryJulie.erickson@state.sd.us
  • 3. Mapping the Route• Myth busting• Statistics• History• Models• Options
  • 4. eBook Myth Busting• Every book is available in eBook form• I can interlibrary loan an eBook• Having e-readers means you have eBooks• You don’t need a library anymore because everything is available onthe internet for free• Every eBook works on every device
  • 5. In South Dakota….25%Schools that offer eBooksSchools that allow BYOD(Bring Your Own Device)Citizens who haveaccess to eBooksthrough their publiclibraries77%http://library.sd.gov/SDSL/publications/DOC/RPT-DataDigestPubLib2012.pdfhttp://library.sd.gov/SDSL/publications/DOC/RPT-DataDigestSchoolLib2012.pdf25%Schools that have accessto State Librarysubscription ElectronicResources100%
  • 6. Nationally….25%Schools that offer eBooksSchools that allow BYOD(Bring Your Own Device)Citizens who haveaccess to eBooksthrough their publiclibraries67%33%Schools that have accessto subscription ElectronicResources 82%http://mediaroom.scholastic.com/files/kfrr2013-wappendix.pdfhttp://www.ala.org/news/sites/ala.org.news/files/content/StateofAmericasLibrariesReport2012Finalwithcover5.pdfhttp://www.ala.org/aasl/researchandstatistics/slcsurvey/slcsurveyhttp://www.tomorrow.org/pressroom/BYOD_video.html February 2013
  • 7. Shifthttp://www.pewinternet.org/Media-Mentions/2013/Teenagers-Smartphones-How-Theyre-Already-Changing-The-World.aspxhttp://www.digitalbookworld.com/2013/shift-from-e-readers-to-tablets-continues/37%U.S. teens with asmartphoneeBook readerswho prefer atableteBook readerswho prefer adedicated readerJanuary 2013 44%37%August 2012January 2013 42%49%August 2012
  • 8. http://mediaroom.scholastic.com/files/kfrr2013-wappendix.pdf
  • 9. A Brief History of eBooks1971: ProjectGutenberg1988: NeXTComputer hassearchable eBooks1989: Ben BovapublishesCyberbooks1993: AppleNewton (PDA)1999: RocketeBook (portablereader)2000: MicrosoftReader(PC software)2002: Palm Treo(PDA, thenSmartphone)2002: TabletPC(technicallysince 1989)2004: SonyLibré releasedin Japan (1st geneInk)2006: Sony ®Readerreleased in U.S.(2nd gen eInk)12/2007:Amazon.comreleases theKindle11/2009:Barnes & Noblereleases theNook04/2010:Apple releasesthe iPad10/2011: SonyReader WiFireleased11/2011: KindleFire released01/2012: EctacojetBookreleasedhttp://www.slideshare.net/nebraskaccess/history-of-e-books-ereaders-10433863 Michael Sauers, Technology Innovation Librarian, Nebraska Library Commission
  • 10. Consumer
  • 11. Public Library
  • 12. SchoolsSioux Falls Catholic Schools: St. Michael Elementary
  • 13. We need to do eBooks….
  • 14. Platform/Content Models
  • 15. State Library Resources with eBooks
  • 16. Jobber Platforms = Multiple Publishers
  • 17. Publisher Platform
  • 18. Streaming
  • 19. Pay Per Use
  • 20. Differentiated Options
  • 21. Web Based Resources
  • 22. http://www.alatechsource.org/taxonomy/term/106/e-book-platforms-for-librariesFor more detailed informationincluding additional informationabout public and academicsettings please refer to:
  • 23. Questions?
  • 24. Contact information:Julie Erickson (julie.erickson@state.sd.us)Joan Upell (joan.upell@state.sd.us)South Dakota State Library

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