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Nooks in the High School Library

Page history last edited by Mary Simmons 10 years, 5 months ago

 

Bringing them in Nook, line, and sinker! Nooks in the High School Library

We created this wiki to share resources with those who attend the Tech Fair at NCTIES.

 

To contact us:

 

Mary Simmons  aka Lucy  msimmons@currituck.k12.nc.us

Beth O'Briant aka Ethel  bobriant@currituck.k12.nc.us

Currituck County High School Library

4203 Caratoke Highway

Barco, NC 27917

252.453.0014

 

To see our blog, Lucy and Ethel in the Library, please visit:

 

 

Invaluable resources that helped us chose our e-Reader, set them up, etc:

  • The Unquiet Library  This LibGuide page, set up by Buffy Hamilton and her staff, has been invaluable to us when researching how to add an e-Reader to the collection, even though she chose Kindles. 
  • The Adventures of Library Girl   This blog of the Adventures of Library Girl has a three part blog posting about how her library purchased and integrated Nooks into her collection.
  • Marianslibrary Blog Use the search engine at this blog to search for Kindles to find out how Kathy Parker purchased and handled her Kindle additions to the media center. I adapted, with her permission, the permission slip she used for her students. 

  • Edukindle: Kindle for Educators  LOVE this site, even though it is geared for Kindle users. It is full of information.
  • Kindle, Nook (and More!)Educators Ning   Join this Ning for free, and join a variety of discussions on using e-Readers--Nooks, Kindles, iPads, etc. Participate in live webinars, or watch past webinars that have been archived. This resource is a must join!
  • New York Times e-Reader article  This article covers the increased sales of e-Books and e-Readers to the teen market. 

 

Parent Permission form adapted from Kathy Parker with her permission.  NookPermissionandAcceptableUseForm.doc

 

We made two videos about our experience!

 


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