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Carole Redline
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  • Nottingham, MD
  • United States
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Carole Redline replied to Will DeLamater's discussion Huff Post says print is better - is it true?
"I can't speak for anyone else but each statement of "truth" is not true for me. I prefer ebooks because I can carry them with me all the time, tons of them/ Even when I had no idea that I might have a few minutes to read my books are…"
Mar 5, 2015
Carole Redline replied to Judy Hauser's discussion Which e-reader would you recommend for a second grade student?
"I have seen great interest in reading from iPads, ePads, Verizon Galaxy (a superb alternative to iPad) netbooks, Droids and iPhones.  If students are directed and motivated by good questions and interesting literature, they WILL read from these…"
Jan 6, 2011
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Jan 6, 2011
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Jan 6, 2011
Jeremy Rinkel left a comment for Carole Redline
"Welcome Carole! Which ereader to you like the best?  Are you training teachers on how to implement ereader programs?"
Jan 5, 2011
Carole Redline is now a member of eBook Educators Group
Jan 5, 2011

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Where do you teach?
Consultant, Educator in Maryland
What grade level do you teach?
I teach teachers
Do you own a Kindle or other ereader?
Kindle, Nook, Other
If "Other," please indicate ereader type.
library ereader
What kind of computer do you use?
PC
Where did you learn about this site?
Diigo

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At 10:37pm on January 5, 2011, Jeremy Rinkel said…
Welcome Carole! Which ereader to you like the best?  Are you training teachers on how to implement ereader programs?
 
 
 

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