Ereader challenge

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Ereader challenge

  1. 1. July 2013
  2. 2.  Getting students connected o Provide Kansas Library Card o Provide link to State Library Resources on browser home page o Use QR codes
  3. 3.  Budget Friendly  Student’s device  24/7 access
  4. 4.  Availability  Wait times  Technical issues  No AR test
  5. 5. https://www.tsl.state.tx.us/ld/librarydevelopments/?p=5812
  6. 6. http://www.livebinders.com/play/play/46259
  7. 7. http://smartbitchestrashybooks.com/blog/lending-kindles-at-the-library
  8. 8. http://edukindle.ning.com/
  9. 9.  6 Devices or 1 Device per account  Only 1 reader  Checkout similar to any other library item  Student responsible for loss/breakage
  10. 10.  Free titles – classics  Free titles – newly published  Bargains  Popular YA titles
  11. 11. Review Sources  Amazon  Goodread  USA Today Best Seller List Pros  Introduce new authors Cons  No AR Tests
  12. 12.  Kindle Daily Deal  Amazon Teen Top 100 free  Amazon Teen Top 100 paid  BookBub  eReader News
  13. 13.  Adding / Clearing titles  Cataloging
  14. 14. Shelfari
  15. 15. SUGGESTIONS?
  16. 16. Nemaha Valley High School Seneca, KS Google: mcphilbrick@usd115.org or mcphilbrick@gmail.com Twitter: nvteklib Facebook: Marcia Crawford Philbrick Blog – http://nvlibrary.wordpress.com/ Library Site – http://www.google.com/a/usd115.org/nvbridge

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