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If I can appreciate all the work that authors Nightingale and Palmer put into this book, imagine how genuine fans might feel…
I’ll hazard that many of us don’t immediately think “games” when we think of “transliteracy,” but why not?
While embedded videos and plentiful images offer a look at presidents in action, factual errors and typos mar this app.
Title: American Presidents and First Ladies
Author: Marc Schulman
Developed by: Multieducator, Inc.
Platform: iOS, requires 5.0 or later
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The world of reference is moving at warp speed these days. Public library patrons are used to Wikipedia and expect the same convenience when it comes to library resources. And in many school libraries, budget crunches, technology issues, and Common Core standards have made librarians’ jobs even more, shall we say, exciting. Wouldn’t you love to sit down with some of the world’s leading reference publishers and say, “Hey, wait a second! This is what we need you to do to make our libraries better”?