Website aids school librarians in digital resource assessment

Follett has sponsored a new website, K12DigitalDecisions.com, a resource to help educators and districts navigate the eReader highway
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Follett has sponsored a new website, K12DigitalDecisions.com, a resource to help educators and districts navigate the eReader highway and answer the critical question, “Which Comes First ... Content or Device?”

Follett Library Resources and Follett Software sponsored the website to serve as a one-stop resource for librarians and administrators to find the information that will help them create the best digital strategy customized to their needs.

When users sign up for the free digital diagnostic tool kit, the K12DigitalDecisions.com website will present a step-by-step process to help evaluate digital content resources, hardware needs, and understand content licensing terms. 

Visit www.K12DigitalDecisions.com to explore the new website.For more information aboutFollett Library Resources, visit www.titlewave.com, or visit Follett Software Company atwww.FollettSoftware.com

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