Report: K-12 Educators' views on ebooks

 A new research report has just been released that surveys teachers and librarians to find out how they are using e-books
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 A new research report has just been released that surveys teachers and librarians to find out how they are using e-books, personally and in the classroom, and to identify purchasing, usage, attitudes, and trends.

The survey, conducted by educational consulting firm Egremont Associates, shows that school librarians are leading the way in bringing e-books into our nation's schools, in large part because they have funding available to support their e-book purchases. Forty percent of K-12 teachers and fifty percent of school librarians have purchased e-books for either personal or professional use.

To down load a free executive summary, or purchase the full report, visit www.dedicatedteacher.com

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