E-books in learning: A beginner's guide

This e-book provides ideas, strategies and school-based examples of how to use e-books in schools. This e-book includes:
  • Rationale for using e-books for learning.
  • Criteria for decision making for schools to determine the appropriate platform and types of e-books needed.
  • Examples of using e-books in the classroom and the school library.
  • Managing and promoting e-books from a school library perspective.
  • Examples of e-book platforms for reading, viewing and creating e-books.

As the title states, this is a beginner's guide where you can learn from teachers, teacher librarians and consultants to start your own journey.

This e-book is a single user license item.

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  • E-books in learning: A beginner's guide

    This e-book provides ideas, strategies and school-based examples of how to use e-books in schools.

    Publication series:

    ISBN: 978-0-9752223-7-9

    Authors & editors: Tom Danby, Annie Agnew, Jennie Bales, Judith Way, Maureen Twomey, Julie Purcell, Margaret Fraser, Trent McAllan, Mark Woolley, Michelle Merritt, Kate Reid

    Booklet price: $ 29.70 purchase online >>
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