I'd like to correct some information that I posted. The Nook Color e-readers are based on Android OS 2.2 but unfortunately the ability to download apps other than those from the B & N store is blocked. It's the…"
I bought 6 nook color ereaders last year in the hope that students would be able to download ebooks from Follett Shelf but even with the current updates from Follett, that still is not possible. Even though the nook color devices can…"
I am glad that somebody got a postcard from me....I did not single you out, it was part of a bulk mailing based on schools within a state.
I have plenty of references and a lot of free advice.
John J Caprice visualedtech"
"I just got a postcard in the mail from this company: www.visualedtech.com. They are advertising a locking cart for any e-reader or tablet - many sizes & styles to choose from but I've never done any business with them, so I can't…"
Management at my local Barnes & Noble store insisted that I use a credit card with a physical address - so I used my own. The reason given was that the prepaid credit cards are anonymous and the system would be looking for a…"
"Peggy, I was told by my local Barnes & Noble sales rep that I couldn't use a prepaid credit card of any kind because it had to be connected to a physical address. So, I reluctantly had to use my own. I was also told that they were…"
Will suggested that I contact you about a question I had concerning taking notes on Nook Color. According to a Follett newsletter I recently read, if I share titles among 6 nooks it also means that individual notes are also…"
"The Follett writer is correct. Remember, Amazon requires devices among which books can be shared to be registered to a single account. This assumes a single owner for the book, and makes no distinction between the writer of a note or highlight, only…"
This quote comes from a recent Follett newsletter - it has me wondering if it's true for all e-readers?: "Kindles, Nooks and their apps. Some of you may be considering purchasing one eBook from Amazon and/or B&N for the purpose of sharing it with up to six devices. This technically can be done, however you should understand that those six students are sharing one instance (copy) of the eBook. So if one person highlights a word, it shows up for the other five students. If one student removes…See More
I think you're talking about the Nook e-ink model. Their color Nook requires a special high speed mini usb cable and a wall outlet adapter that is much larger than the one used for the Nook I & Kindles. I need to lend the…"
I hope to buy Color Nooks for my library also and I'm interested in what you've bought to protect them for circulation - which covers/cases are you using and what are you doing about charging them. I've been searching for…"
Click the QR code on your smartphone to grab Sonnet 65 by the Bard himself! An experiment with how to distribute learning resources to students' mobile devices.
Download the QR code, print it, and post it somewhere for students to access. Or post it on your blog or other school website. Get the i-nigma code reader in the App Store or the Android market. It is the reader we prefer. Courtesy of The Learning Mag.