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Schools are realizing that ebooks are not books at all—they are software and they should be sold the way software is sold.
"Schools confront digital textbook challenges" by Laura Devaney
"Off the Shelves: Libraries are redefining their lending mission in the age of digital devices and content." by Bridget McCrea
Last month, Ryan Bretag wrote about an experiment in his school where students, often reluctant to...
Tablets are reinventing how students access and interact with educational material, and how teachers assess and monitor students’ performance at a time when many schools are understaffed and many classrooms overcrowded.
Slides for ALA webinar, March 1, 2013.
E-reader owners read more books in a year than their print-only counterparts. Is print really a dying medium?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l5anyt9jooI My library created EbooksforLibraries.com earlier this year as an online petition to the Big Six publishers (read
With information being ubiquitous, I believe that teachers can (and should) take control of their courses by creating their own interactive textbooks.