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Webinar—How to Make Blended Learning Work in Your School

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The blended learning approach is growing in popularity for K-12, but what are the best practices to ensure you achieve its full benefits? Don’t miss this opportunity to gain invaluable insight from Instructional Technology Coach Anne Aita, who’ll share how she’s helped the Beaufort County Public School District (SC) successfully integrate eBooks and audiobooks into… Read more »

Schools leveraging year-end surpluses to expand eBook & audiobook collections

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Hoping to boost your digital collection’s circulation next school year? Are you also looking to build greater educator enthusiasm around eBooks and audiobooks? Having fresh, in-demand titles to offer students and educators at the start of a new term has proven to be a critical factor in ensuring deep engagement with your digital content. To… Read more »

School Libraries Empower Students

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School librarians report that eBooks and audiobooks help them reach sneaky readers, Hi-Lo readers and those seeking the privacy that digital reading provides. As a result for the past two years, OverDrive Education has seen a 48 percent growth in eBook and audiobook checkouts in school libraries, due at least in part to the independence… Read more »

Social Justice 101 titles for J/YA

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By: Bethany Porter, Collection Development Specialist. If you’ve visited social media even once the past few months, you’ve noticed the increased engagement in the political process and opinions on social issues. We are asking some hard questions right now. What is actually happening? Is this ok? What can I do to help? There’s a lot… Read more »

For National Poetry Month, a sonnet

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If Hollywood is to be believed, students unfailingly hate studying poetry. This is hardly a universal truth. True, some poets have left us with harder codes to crack. And yet. Most students love writing their own poetry. And so do we! We tried out a sonnet to celebrate national Poetry Month. During April, what are you… Read more »