eReaders

Why do teens prefers phones to Kindles as e-readers?

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The recent Pew report on Young Americans’ Reading and Library Habits contains a number of great take-aways, including the news that young people frequent libraries at an unexpectedly high rate. But another finding has emerged that may have an impact on the way that schools think about pleasure reading and reading instruction both inside and outside…

Pogue Picks Paperwhite, and Three Reasons that Educators Won’t

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David Pogue, the uber-tech-reviewer for the New York Times, took a minute this week to decipher the place of the new Kindle Paperwhite in the still robust market for E-Ink-based readers. On balance, I think he got it right. The Paperwhite addresses a concern long held by a certain segment of e-book aficionados: how to…

The New Kindle Lineup: What It Means to Educators

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Just a quick update on the new lineup of Kindles announced earlier this month: as ever, the new Kindle models have one key audience in mind – the individual consumer. Backlight for reading in bed, integration with a vast media library, seamless purchasing opportunities, high resolution screen, touch navigation, whiter backgrounds, the works! All improvements…

How to Find Out When Your Kindle Library Book Loan Expires

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Related Articles: Three Keys to Borrowing a Kindle Book Through the Public Library Returning Books or Watching Them Expire Lending e-Books at Scho0l With all the fun of Kindle library lending afoot, I started to wonder how I could see the number of days left before my book goes “Pooh!” and turns into a pumpkin…