A digital reader, also called an e-reader or eBook reader, is a mobile electronic device designed for reading books, articles, and journals electronically. There are dozens of digital readers out there… which one is the right one for you?
Here are some of our favorite digital reader reviews for teachers.
This device has been designed with teachers and administrators in mind.
The Nook tablet has a decent amount of memory, and recharges quickly. However, it’s not 3G ready which means you may find it more difficult to connect to the internet with this device.
Whether you’re on the go at school or in the classroom, with iBooks you’ll always have your favorites within reach on any platform.
You can turn your iPhone or iPad into an digital reader with the iBooks App. Read one of your favorite books on your iPhone during your morning cup of coffee, page through a few chapters of that same book on your Mac later in the day, and pick up right where you left off on your iPad during your personal development time.
The Kindle allows schools to centrally manage a Kindle reading program using Whispercast, Amazon’s free self-service tool.
With this platform schools can reduce the administrative cost and complexity of distributing books to students across all devices. Teachers can provide a safe browsing experience for students of all ages.
These are just a couple of our favorite digital readers… what’s your favorite?