I share this information not to 'bash' a vendor, but to help colleagues have as much information as possible as they prepare to make decisions about devices and providers of ebook content in the upcoming school year. I’ll have a post up later this week about the options we’re exploring and how we feel they will meet the needs of our students and teachers.
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Not all RSS readers are the same. Indeed, some are far more useful than others and deserve to be pulled from the pack. One such reader is NewsSquares, a Chrome app specifically catered to the interests of news readers. While still in the final beta stages, NewsSquares is a great way to browse your various news feeds while enjoying a very visually appealing means of access.
Via Howard Rheingold
Addington Library: Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand: Addington School Library is a bright, colourful room full of books for every interest for every child at the school. Ms Blackburn is the Teacher in charge of the ...