A day that I thought would never come finally arrived in the first half of 2013. I bought an eReader. Without disclosing the brand directly, let me just say that it comes from a huge online retailer of books (and just about everything else under the sun). And while it is more than just an eReader, it fails miserably as a viable tablet PC. Nevertheless, I thought I was done with buying paper books. How wrong I was.
As the holiday gift-giving season arrived, I found myself buying “traditional” books for family and friends as well as sneaking a few in for myself. My eBook purchases have been few and far between.
This got me thinking about the classroom library. And so I ask you, has your classroom library been enhanced by eReaders and tablets or are paper books still the dominant format? And how would you like to see your library evolve with technology?
Curious minds want to know! Leave your feedback and ideas in the comments.