Getting the Most Out of eBooks in School: 50 Proven Tips That Really Work
Presented by Meg G. Brooke, NBCT, 
Supervisor for JefCoEd Librarians at the Jefferson County Board of Education, Alabama; 
Laurie Dunlap, building librarian in Jefferson County, Alabama; 
Chris Abbott, Library Media Specialist at Hadley Junior High School in Illinois; 
and Debra A. Peterson, Librarian, at Cooke Library, Punahou School in Hawaii

eBooks present exciting opportunities for educators. Yet the possibilities can be overwhelming and confusing.  In our community’s next webinar, learn 50 quick, practical, and proven tips for using eBooks effectively in the curriculum! Our panel of four experienced educators will present fast-paced rounds of their own eBook tips as well as proven tips submitted from other educators. You will learn from the best practices of educators who have successfully used eBooks in a range of situations and types of schools. Where do you start? What lessons have worked for them? How have you used them to align to Common Core Standards? Are they good tools for students with various learning abilities or at various reading levels?  How should an eBook program be managed? How does it affect collection development? It is better to have both print and e-versions of the same titles? Join us on February 12 to learn how to get the most out of eBooks for your school.

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