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LSC – Technology Project Books & TechSource iPad Archive

2012 October 16
by Christina Manz

The ALA TechSource webinar, Introducing the Book as an iPad App, is available as an archived webinar! If you weren’t able to register (due to full registration during the live event), or missed hearing about it, you’ll be glad to know that now the content is only a click away.

Check out the technology project books below – you might also be interested in previous posts Tech for Teens, and School Library Media Specialists, and browse our Technology & Training virtual bookshelf.

Texas residents can borrow directly from the Library Science Collection by e-mailing requests for materials and information to, and non-Texas residents can access the collection via interlibrary loan services.

The Tech-Savvy Booktalker: A Guide for 21st Century Educators (2009)
Authors: Nancy J. Keane and Terence W. Cavanaugh
Basic upgrades to your booktalks, starting with a text based presentation, and adding images, audio, and even video! Written for beginner-level techies ready to incorporate technology to promote reading and integrate booktalks into the curriculum to meet standards.
Handheld Computers in Schools and Media Centers (2007)
Author: Ann Bell
Students are bringing their own devices, and some schools creating new areas in their collections for downloadable media and mobile technology for video, audio, e-books, and online research. Bell has written a book to guide school media specialists in selection of hardware/software, devices to meet national and state standards, cirulation set-up, resource access, and troubleshooting.

Clips from the Classroom: Learning with Technology DVD and Activity Guide (2006)  Author: Cathy Cavanaugh and R. Carl Harris

Multimedia Projects in Education: Designing, Producing, and Assessing, 3rd edition (2006)
Authors: Karen S. Ivers and Ann E. Barron

Technology Projects for Library Media Specialists and Teachers (2007)
Authors: Patricia Ross Conover

Instructional Technology and Media for Learning, 8th edition (2005)
Authors: Sharon E. Smaldino, James D. Russell, Robert Henich and Michael Molenda

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