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TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges
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TASL ereading: new materials, new challenges

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From Tennessee Association of School Librarians conference, October 27, 2012

From Tennessee Association of School Librarians conference, October 27, 2012

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  • 1. ereading:newmaterials,newchallengesWendy Stephens TASL October 26, 2012
  • 2. What is it?
  • 3. What is it?
  • 4. What is it?
  • 5. What is it?
  • 6. What is it?
  • 7. What is it?
  • 8. Bibliographic control
  • 9. Classification
  • 10. Circulation
  • 11. Creating the best possible narrative experience
  • 12. The ebook mandate What to integrate?
  • 13. Adding ebooks to your collection How to integrate?
  • 14. Adding ebooks to your collection How to integrate?
  • 15. On-demand content
  • 16. •  Myths about ebooks & ereaders•  Students reading electronically•  Barriers for students•  Service models•  Concerns for school librarians•  Some things to know about
  • 17. http://www.good.is/post/follow-florida-s-lead-why-more-states-should-switch-to-digital-textbooks-in-schools-now/Myths about ebooks Instead of schools having to buy new class sets of The Great Gatsby and To Kill a Mockingbird year after year, each new group of students can simply download a copy without spending a dime.
  • 18. http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_ta_RcQqiWxw/TKZwyWz4o_I/AAAAAAAABdo/0LGVouxpFsA/s400/Digital%2Bbooks.jpg Myths about ebooks
  • 19. wsstephensMyths about ebooks
  • 20. Myths about ebooks
  • 21. Myths about ebooks
  • 22. http://www.best-ereaders.com/2010/02/10/amazon-kindle-dx/Typical Teen #1Waiting on WednesdayPeak Oil3rd ereader in thehouseholdBacklist (completist)Doesn t share
  • 23. http://goodereader.com/blog/electronic-readers/barnes-and-noble-nook-microsoft-pc/Typical Teen #2BrigadoonFree books (at thelibrary, at B&N, throughthe Nook bookstore,scribd)Volume reader of genrefictionNot concerned aboutquality
  • 24. wsstephensTypical Teen #3Got a a Kindle as a giftNo credit card access6 months later, has onlyone public domain ebookFrankly prefers print
  • 25. http://www.publicdomainpictures.net/view-image.php?image=485 Barriers for students
  • 26. http://www.visualphotos.com/image/2x2732606/empty_computer_classroom Service models
  • 27. http://www.letmypeopleknowcleveland.com/Connect/CommunityConcierge.html Service models
  • 28. wsstephensService models
  • 29. Service models
  • 30. Service models
  • 31. Service models
  • 32. http://www.letmypeopleknowcleveland.com/Connect/CommunityConcierge.html Service models
  • 33. Service models
  • 34. Service models
  • 35. Service models
  • 36. Service models
  • 37. http://www.amazon.com/Cinderella-Disney-Special-Platinum-Collectors/dp/B0007Z9R70 Concerns
  • 38. Concerns
  • 39. http://www.printfection.com/tshirtlitter/Lowest-Common-Denominator/_s_125917 Concerns
  • 40. Concerns include network access
  • 41. wsstephensThey don t make paper books anymore… Are we post-print?
  • 42. wsstephensConcerns Still grappling with e-typesetting (e-editing, e-marketing, e-writing)
  • 43. Concerns include accessibility
  • 44. wsstephenspushing e to its full potential
  • 45. don’t underestimate cover appeal
  • 46. be afraid of Amazon’s Whispercast

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