The digital world keeps advancing and has already become a part of the book landscape.
Ebooks, audiobooks, and other technologies can be used to improve reading skills and increase the digital literacy.
Jenny Dean, a librarian from Fort Worth, Texas, has published on a TCEA blog an infographic that lists ways to engage with ebooks. These tips can be used in classrooms, libraries, or book clubs meetings.
💬 Ebooks are becoming increasingly popular in libraries and classrooms. Through the use of ebooks, we are able to reach students in ways that we never have before.
Here are the highlights:
▸ Engage your struggling readers through interactive ebooks.
▸ Highlight and celebrate assistive technology in ebooks.
▸ Invite students to participate in an online book club.
▸ Help your teachers embrace ebooks.
▸ Host a community ebook night.
TCEA (Texas Computer Education Association) is a non-profit organization that focuses on promoting the use of technology in education.
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Source: Five ways to engage your school community with ebooks – TCEA Blog