Here’s a Wordle word cloud visualization of all 64 questions librarians asked during our panel presentation, “Navigating the Road Ahead: A Guided Discussion of Ebooks in K-12 Libraries,” in the October 12, 2011 webinar “EBOOKS The New Normal: how libraries are leveraging the eBook opportunity.” This Wordle draws attention to some of the primary themes on attendees minds today, including devices, the ways devices are used, student behavior, and Amazon’s Kindle format and Kindle devices.

A Wordle of eBook Questions

I’ve also shared the six answers I provided to specific questions during the webinar, and an audio recording of my twelve minutes of commentary about the theme, “Creating eBook Yearbooks of Student Work.”

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3 Responses to Visualizing Librarian Questions about eBooks

  1. Braehenry says:

    I don’t see the word PRIVACY or do I have bad eyes?

  2. Wesley Fryer says:

    No, privacy wasn’t mentioned here. I’m not sure privacy is a huge issue when it comes to eBooks though, is it?

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