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An eBook Initiative: Making A Difference

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Have you ever considered the benefits of moving your school or district to eBooks? In this webinar, you will learn the importance of eBooks, the advantages of using eBooks, and how using eBooks connects to the Common Core and other standards. Within the state of Iowa and Van Meter School, eBooks have been implemented into the schools and communities. Shannon McClintock Miller will share how this initiative was implemented at Van Meter School and how the students, teachers, parents, and the community have embraced it.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Wednesday, August 22, 2012 @ 10:30 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Common Core, Mobile Learning, Reading & Writing
Tags: Common Core, ebook implementation, ebooks, library

Reviews (10)

Full Member
It was a good presentation on how her school introduced eBooks. I was hoping for more information on why she used MackonVia and what its format is like. The presentation seems a little dated. Perhaps, more apps and tools that could be added to this presentation.
Basic Member
This was a very nice presentation. I particularly liked the focus on community involvement as well as the intro to skitch and flipsnack - great info!
Full Member
Excellent webinar.
Full Member
Excellent presentation! I've been using eBooks (love the USA titles) for several years. I haven't tried the Mackin platform yet. Sounds like a good one to investigate! The platform I'm currently using is proprietary to one company's books. Thanks for such great info
Full Member
Awesome webinar. Thank you!
Full Member
Great Webinar!
Basic Member
I really enjoyed how you set up your program and then got the students excited to use e-books.
Full Member
Thank you for such an organized and clear pathway to setting up a successful program.
Basic Member
The presenter made some great points. First, you have to support and educate yourself about your school, county, or state initiatives in order to help your students become successful. Second, always involve parents and the community. It shows that you care on a larger scale, and it creates open lines of communication and respect. Finally, it may take more time to implement and use these resources and strategies in the beginning, but the students will love it, and that is what's important! Thanks for sharing!
Full Member
Excellent overview of how their school rolled out their e-book initiative and different ways that they have utilized e-books.
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