In this annual review of new developments in eContent delivery, participants will learn about platforms, services, licensing options, new product packaging, spending models, and content availability.
In this annual review of new developments in eContent delivery, participants learned about platforms, services, licensing options, new product “packaging,” spending models, and content availability. Michelle Luhtala also reviewed recent research on student usage of eContent, and participants discussed anticipated changes in evolving patron needs.
edWeb’s Emerging Tech community held it’s latest webinar on eContent. Presenter, Michelle Luhtala, Head Librarian at New Canaan High School, CT, held this annual review of new developments in eContent delivery, in which participants learned about platforms, services, licensing options, new product “packaging”, spending models, and content availability.
The Prek-3 Digital Learning community on edWeb.net was proud to host presenter Mark Schlichting in this month’s session. Mark, a veteran children’s designer and creator of Broderbund’s Living Books series, shared his insights and experiences from 25 years of experience creating award winning educational interactive content for children.
In this month’s Exploring eBooks for K-12 webinar on edWeb.net, presenter Carl Harvey provided ideas and examples of how educators and their students can create their own eBooks. He discussed how creating eBooks can be used as to tool to align with Common Core standards for collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity.
In this month’s EdTech Innovators webinar, presenter Tim Clark discussed the benefits he has seen of implementing BYOT in Forsyth County, GA. He talked about personalizing students’ learning experience, empowering them to create something new that shows what they know
In this month’s New Teacher Help webinar on edWeb.net, persenter Shannon Holden talked about the use of digital portfolios by teachers and students to demonstrate learning. He discussed how digital porfolios are becoming more widely used in the classroom, as students are able to take charge of what they learn and how they present their learning to teachers and parents. Join Shannon Holden as he helps teachers utilize this great new way to get students excited about learning.
In today’s technology-driven times where teachers are expected to address the Common Core State Standards, finding helpful materials in textbooks can be a difficult task. Presenter Shannon Holden explored FREE resources available to teachers online in the form of digital textbooks in this month’s TechTools webinar. He discussed research, saving vs. spending, and ingredients for a successful transition. Watch the webinar to learn the recipe for success! Quotes from the… read more →
In this months Emerging Tech webinar, presenter Michelle Luhtala talks about mobile learning in the library and it’s relationship to eContent. In the hour long session, Michelle discussed how the tools we use to access eContent impact school library services. She also discussed factors to consider when developing instructional programs that use mobile technology such as BYOD, giving a participants a “Beginners Guide to Mobile Learning”. This session answered questions… read more →
eBooks, eContent, and eReaders, oh my! With so many e’s it can be hard to tell one from the other. In this month’s Emerging Tech webinar presenter Michelle Luhtala explored and explained the various formats of digital content. During the hour long session Michelle discussed what to consider when selecting a format and an effective plan for transitioning to digital content. Chris Harris, author of the Infomancy blog, and Coordinator… read more →