1. Power of Sharing 2014

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    The Digital Shift. Steria invited over 200 of their clients to a conference about the digital shift called Power of Sharing. Among the speakers were François Enaud, CEO Steria Group, Kjell Rusti, CEO Scandinavia, Ed Welsh, Executive Director Transformation, Cabinet Office UK, John Torrie, CEO, Steria UK, Paul Chaffey, State Secretary, Ministry of Local Government and Modernization Ministry and Morten T. Hansen, Professor, University of California, Berkeley. I was covering the event for Steria, and publishing photos during the conference. This video contains some moments from the event.

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    • School Library Journal checks out the StarWalk Kids eBook Platform

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      Jeffrey Hastings, technical reviewer for School Library Journal's Digital Shift, takes a walk through the StarWalk Kids collection. Read the full review here: http://www.thedigitalshift.com/2013/01/opinion/test-drive/ebook-toolkit-starwalk-kids-test-drive-january-2013/

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      • Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch (with GlowLight) and Nook HD Tablet Reviewed.

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        Jeff Hastings reviews two Nook devices, the Simple Touch and the HD tablet and also wonders about the future of Barnes & Noble's branded devices in the light of the rampant Microsoft buyout rumors of Spring '13.

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        • SLJ.com Reviews ResearchReady: Web-based Information Literacy Courseware.

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          Jeff Hastings looks at ResearchReady, online courseware designed to prepare students for effective and ethical college-level research. The video is a companion to his May, 2013 print review for School Library Journal and features a new video tutorial courtesy of the courseware's creators, ImagineEasy Solutions, LLC.

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          • SLJ.com Reviews Subtext: A Free eReader App with Built-in Formative Assessment Tools and Social Media Features.

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            This is a part one of the video companions to the April, 2013 School Library Journal review of two emerging enhanced eReaders geared toward common core state standards, Gobstopper and Subtext. This segment covers the Subtext app, currently available for the iPad and Edmodo, and coming soon as an Android and web-based app.

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            • SLJ Reviews the Sky Wifi Smartpen

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              Jeff Hastings checks out the Sky WiFi Smartpen from Livescribe, a device that captures anything you write and hear and syncs it wirelessly to your free Evernote account.

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              • SLJ Checks Out the StarWalk Kids eBook Collection

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                SLJ.com reviews StarWalk Kids, a collection of eBooks complete with Common Core based teacher's guides, author/illustrator reviews and more. The fast-growing eBook collection is available for an annual site subscription.

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                • SLJ Reviews the Axis360 eBook/Digital Media Circulation Platform.

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                  School Library Journal columnist Jeff Hastings checks out Axis 360, an eBook circulation platform from Baker & Taylor that currently offers over 300,000 eBook titles available for hassle free, cloud-based delivery to almost any computer or mobile device.

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                  • Rosen Interactive eBooks with Digital Content Creation Tools.

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                    Jeff Hastings checks out Rosen Interactive eBooks, simultaneous access licensed, non-fiction eBooks that each come with three learning activity options. The activities focus on blending traditional and technology literacy skills and are aligned with Common Core and AASL standards. This brief video review is a companion to the full print review found in the October, 2012 issue of School Library Journal and available on SLJ.com and thedigitalshift.com Check out that full review to find out what's next for Rosen Interactive eBooks.

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                    • SLJ Checks Out Aerbook Maker

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                      School Library Journal's Jeff Hastings looks at Aerbook Maker, a web-based tool that makes creating interactive, graphical eBooks--and even native apps--easy. Check it out. Then, if you're interested in a free demo, visit aerbook.com. And: for a close up, in depth tutorial of Aerbook maker, visit bit.ly/N2UntD

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