oin us for a look at the incredible opportunity eBooks and audiobooks offer librarians to evolve their role and become even more valuable members of the school community.
This webinar will give you suggested instructional activities that highlight the features of eBooks while providing tips for integrating technology into reader response.
This webinar will be presented by high school librarian Joanna McNally and middle school librarian Betsey Lee, who have successfully used eBooks in a range of situations.
Discover how the application of eBooks can be used as an assistive technology tool for reading for all students – including those with special needs.
This webinar will explore how two secondary librarians serve as technology innovators, teacher-leaders, co-teachers, literacy specialists, and “other duties as assigned.”
In this webinar, Michelle Griffith will show us ways to use eBooks, databases, and links to digital tools in a “student challenge” environment to keep your students engaged in reading and learning.
Digital libraries are much more than just eBooks! This webinar provided an overview of the various resources available to begin a digital library, as well as ways to share these resources with your teachers and students.
eBooks present exciting opportunities for educators. Yet the possibilities can be overwhelming and confusing. Where do you start? What lessons have worked? How do they align to Common Core Standards? How do you use them with students with various learning abilities or at various reading levels?
In this webinar for the edWeb.net How Video Empowers Education community, presenter Shannon McClintock Miller, District Teacher Librarian and Technology Integrationist, showed how she integrates video into her library and school using digital tools, creative projects, and global connections. She shared how her students are creating and sharing eBookTalks, using augmented reality and QR codes to make interactive activities and displays of their book covers and book reviews.
Digital resources are potentially cheaper, more flexible, more up-to-date, and more reflective of the kind of materials that all learners will need to become proficient with as they seek to prepare themselves for life and learning beyond school.