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January 2011 Blog Posts (5)

Nook Cases

We have 12 Nooks that I will check out to students.  What cases are you using for circulation?  Cases from Barnes and Noble are rather expensive, I've found an OK one on Amazon for about  $13.00 - that price is better.  Any suggestions?

Jean Ann

Added by Jean Ann Craycraft on January 20, 2011 at 10:30pm — 2 Comments

Broken E-readers?

I really hate to bring this one up but it is a problem for me.  Let me start out by saying Barnes and Noble has been wonderful about replacing any Nook that has broken. That being said, I'm waiting to send my sixth nook back. All of the problems have been screen failure. All of the students except one have said they were very careful with the device, only one admitted to dropping theirs, but that one said the device was in the  padded case and that it wasn't a serious drop. All of the kids…


Added by Marianna DeMott on January 20, 2011 at 2:27pm — 7 Comments

FAQs for eBook Educators Group Users

Q. What do I need to know about E-book lending and borrowing?

The concept of borrowing and lending ebooks can be a confusing issue for teachers and librarians.  We held a webinar on Tuesday evening that focused on E-book Lending and Borrowing…


Added by Jeremy Rinkel on January 18, 2011 at 11:30pm — No Comments

Screen Failure

I think I've finally figured out why I was having so many screen failures on our nooks. I'll be sending our 5th of 16 nooks in for replacement. I love the case I bought from M-edge accessories. It's a well padded, snug case but I think a design flaw is that the power cord fits best in the front pocket. The plug end of the cord is quite hard and the screen failures have happened at the point that this part of the power cord touches the screen. I'm asking my students to transfer that part of… Continue

Added by Marianna DeMott on January 5, 2011 at 9:58am — No Comments

Credit Cards

I had never purchased a store  credit card in the past so I can't claim to be an expert. What worked for us  was buying a green dot card from Wal Mart. It's a Visa card.  You will need to put a minumum amount of money on the card, I think it's $20, I believe it then functions as a debit card. The card costs $3.00. There's a plethora of cards at the check out, but this is the one that our B & N manager suggested would work for us and so far it has. I have had to pay no fees and the only…


Added by Marianna DeMott on January 5, 2011 at 9:49am — 1 Comment

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