Tag: ebooks

Education Tech

How digital books connect vulnerable students with reading

October 1, 2021

Via: eSchool News

The definition of success is a “favorable or desired outcome.” At Title I schools, where students are often at a disadvantage from the start, measuring success can look different depending on the student and the circumstance. So when it comes […]

Educational Forms, Formal Education, News

Can students reuse someone else’s work?

March 12, 2020

Via: Class Tech Tips

Can students reuse someone else’s work in their own creations? When would doing so run afoul of copyright laws? If you’ve made movies, designed websites, or created ebooks with your students, you might have pondered this question. Students are often […]

Education Tech

The Missing Tech Giant in Education Technology

December 17, 2018

Via: Ed Surge

Is Amazon a sleeping giant of edtech? Or one of its biggest, underreported failures? Those are questions to which my answers have varied, especially this year. But now I can definitively answer yes. To both. As someone who lives in […]


OverDrive launches QuickStart eBooks for elementary schools

May 6, 2016

Via: eSchool News

OverDrive, an eBook and audiobook platform for schools, wants all kids to become great readers. To promote reading, encourage digital learning and support literacy goals, OverDrive is partnering with award-winning publishers like Dawn Publications, Lerner Publishing Group, Britannica Digital Learning […]