the future of libraries in the digital age
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Can anyone suggest resources on how to write a libguide? I have been asked to assist with writing and am not sure where to begin.
Has anyone done a comparison between Follett, Mackin and B&T for their ebook shelves? I am thinking I need to do that soon and compare them with GVL and OverDrive. Still not sure which way to go for Fic and NF digital/audio content.
I will compare price, content, supported devices, single/multiple checkouts, website ease of use, appealing to end-user, compatibility with catalog, hosting fees, grade levels...any other suggestions?
Here's the link I found it on. Thanks, Elizabeth.
Christine, What is Libra? Can you give us the website? I tried to google it but without the address, I'm just getting a bunch of sites about astrology. Thanks!
Hello...has anyone used Libra? I'm looking to import an excel spreadsheet (videos used by teachers) to this nice FREE site.
Unfortunately, yes - you are paying $4000 annually so unless they change their pricing structure you're locked in to spending your $2000 collection credit on the ebooks or eaudiobooks every year. This platform is the School Download Library.
The Audiobook Classroom platform gives you unlimited access to 1001 titles. It's a little over half the cost ($2500). I don't know what books are in that collection, but it might be a good solution if you're looking for digital audiobooks. Here's the link if you want to check it out: http://overdrive.com/Solutions/Schools/K12/ABC/
(I feel like a commercial, but really, I just did so much research last spring that I thought I'd share.) :)
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