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Handhelds in School Libraries UNconference: March 24, 2012
an informal participant-driven day of learning & conversations about how ereaders / tablets / smartphones / mini-computers might impact school library programs, services, collections, and learning spaces.
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The rise of e-reading: results from the latest study by Pew Internet Libraries. “21% of Americans have read an e-book. The increasing availability of e-content is prompting some to read more than in the past and to prefer buying books to … Continue reading
Handhelds in School Libraries Conference « Agnostic, Maybe.
Creating a Robust and Safe BYOD Program excellent overview from District Administration Magazine.
Face the Facts: We Are All Headed For an iDisorder a fascinating article by psychologist Larry D. Rosen, author of the book IDisorder: Understanding Our Obsession with Technology and Overcoming its Hold on Us. (FWIW the book is available in … Continue reading
Continuing the Conversation: Integrating iPads and Tablet Computers into Library Services: lots of resources here to explore and consider! from ALA TechSource, via Tom Kaun
QBooks, Fun Interactive Ebook Apps for Ipads And Ipods from the Press Release: “QBook is an eBook, iPhone and iPad app that combines a narrator’s voice with original picture illustrations and touchable text that is synchronised to highlight and sound … Continue reading
check out these survey results, compiled by Library Media Connection magazine: http://www.librarymediaconnection.com/pdf/main/survey_results/1qs_October2011.pdf
Cell Phones as Teaching Tools: 26 Places Youll Find Resources and Lesson Plans via A Media Specialists Guide to the Internet
Turning the page on paper? interesting article from MyCentralJersey.com.
Lending E-Readers in the School Library (Part II: Planning) Travis Jonker describes his school’s pilot program, via 100 Scope Notes.