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  • Follett Shelf. ownership. devices. improvements. most books full function but some scanned. Some titles multi use but most individual use. Marc records provided. k-12 focused
  • Can host other platforms as well as publishers they represent. Portal site is FREE. Also have 30,000 titles PK-12. including ABC Clio, Britannica, Gale, Lerner. Multi-user? MARC records free. authenticates w/one password. New app about to roll out.
  • Number of devices is increasing; especially in adults over 50 which means by high school, some students may have access to their parent’s device also. For public libraries, over 50 is the most rapid adoption group according to the Pew Internet research study.
  • Ebooks il13

    1. 1. I thought you said boots! flickr: ayton Ebooks: Prospects and Perspectives Internet @ Schools Carolyn Foote, Westlake HS
    2. 2. Where’s my ipod? Text Text We prefer Napster
    3. 3. What’s good about ebooks? Positives Access 24/7 Features Free Audio
    4. 4. Student perspectives QuickTime™ and a H.264 decompressor are needed to see this picture.
    5. 5. Issues with ebook market • ease of use/too many access points • interest in use • pricing • models for schools • multiple formats/apps • promotion • misconceptions about availability What’s your issue? #il2013e
    6. 6. Ranking concerns
    7. 7. Promotion and findability
    8. 8. And what about... “In my district, budgets are not adjusted to the price of ebooks. We get the same amount of money, without the consideration of the cost. We need to have discussions at the district & campus levels (where the money comes from) so those who make those decisions see the ebook issues and price discrepancies. We (school librarians) are expected to purchase ebooks for the classrooms & for pleasure reading by students, but we are not given the appropriate funds to do so.”
    9. 9. These books are mobile! Slumgullion Bookmobile (Montana)
    10. 10. Purpose driven
    11. 11. Devices Nooks iPads Kindles iPhones
    12. 12. Multi-use, Subscription based ABC-Clio Big Universe Capstone StarWalk Kids Media Tumblebooks
    13. 13. Individual ebooks--by imprint Abdo Lerner Rosen Interactive Rourke Storia (Scholastic)
    14. 14. Individual purchase--book jobbers Follett MackinVIA Axis360
    15. 15. Follett Shelf
    16. 16. Mackin VIA
    17. 17. Annual Subscription/Choose Titles Overdrive
    18. 18. Patron Driven models Brain Hive Ebsco (college level)
    19. 19. Database-esque Ebsco Ebrary Gale Marshall Cavendish/Sharp
    20. 20. Free Project Gutenberg (copyright free) Audiovox ICDL (International Children’s Digital Library) iBooks author free is good!
    21. 21. Enhancing the book Subtext (in text notations) Gobstopper (in text notations) QuickTime™ and a H.264 decompressor are needed to see this picture.
    22. 22. Leisure suits are #trending
    23. 23. growth Slide from: http://pewinternet.org/Presentations/2012/Oct/Librar
    24. 24. usage Slide from: http://pewinternet.org/Presentations/20
    25. 25. Industry trends Worse terms from publishers/increased prices Improved terms from publishers Ability to purchase temporary access multi-use titles Ingram myILibrary Self-publishing rapidly increasing Choice--Design and print your own book of collected articles/chapters -- DeGruyter Select
    26. 26. formats matter!
    27. 27. and more trends... Patron Driven Acquisition--Ebsco, BrainHive Multi-user options increasing Streaming audio and video(Overdrive) Apps for in-text communication(Subtext/Gobstop per)
    28. 28. Librarians speak We want better! • “We want multi-user access and a single platform for access.” • “If you don’t take my print books off the shelf after 26 checkouts or 12 months, why do you feel justified in taking my ebooks away?” • School libraries and public libraries are very different entities. Our loan models and access is very different. When the Big five or Big six publishers are making their prices and lending models for the adult book reader, they need to consider students and schools. • “It should be as easy for students to check out fiction (ebooks) as it is for them to use our nonfiction (ebook) collection.” • “Students need really easy interfaces and don’t want to have to click through multiple portals.”
    29. 29. flickr: cobalt123
    30. 30. Staying informed... No Shelf Required Blog No Shelf Required Books eContent Quarterly from ALA SLJ Marketplace http://tinyurl.com/sljmarket Internet @ Schools Digital Reader www.the-digital-reader.com
    31. 31. find me here: Carolyn Foote Westlake HS Library Austin Tx technolibrary@gmail.com www.futura.edublogs.org @technolibrary