You can’t always take notes in a classroom novel. But you can in an eBook!
Schools looking for a digital counterpart to their classroom novels love Follett eBooks, in a 90-day, assigned-user access model because they help bridge the gap between in-person and remote learning as needed. Plus, they offer display modifications that enable students to adjust font size, lighting, or contrast on the screen. These embedded digital tools make it easier for students to annotate, bookmark, highlight and engage in deeper reading. The option of having an eBook to read may also encourage reluctant readers to dive in and read more closely.
Here are some ways to pair classroom books with eBooks in a 90-day, assigned-user access model:
- Whole-class novel study
- Small-group literature circles and book clubs
- One-School, One Book initiatives
- Summer Reading
- Battle of the Books