The fourth edition of Scholastic's Kids & Family Reading Report put the emphasis on what the growth in e-books and digital reading devices has had on the reading habits of children aged 6-17 as well as their parents.
Data mining is creeping into every aspect of student life—classrooms, advising, socializing. Now it’s hitting textbooks, too.CourseSmart, which sells digital versions of textbooks by big publishers, announced on Wednesday a new tool to help professors and others measure students’ engagement with electronic course materials.
Young Americans are reading more than just status updates and 140-character tweets. A new study by the Pew Research Center shows that among 16- to 29-year-olds, 8 in 10 have read a book in the past year.
Looking to broaden the reach of Kindle devices, and Amazon-purchased content for them, Amazon announced the launch of Whispercast, a new venture that allows organizations to distribute and centrally manage the deployment of multiple Kindle devices,...
Are you interested in using inquiry based learning in your classroom but are not sure of how to implement a new program? This post discusses the importance of planning and takes you through a step-by-step look at techniques you will use to effectively implement inquiry learning. Many additional resources are provided.
Perhaps the most groundbreaking aspect of “Library Services in the Digital Age,” the report released today by the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project is how non-groundbreaking its findings are.
As schools across the nation move from printed textbooks to digital materials and digital learning environments, school libraries are adapting to keep pace—and new advancements are changing the very definition of school libraries and library media...
Slate Magazine (blog)Kindle's New Whispercast Appeals to Teachers by Taking the Fun Out of Tablets ...Slate Magazine (blog)As tablets replace textbooks in the hands of America's schoolchildren, a new Kindle feature called Whispercast may make it...
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