Data Conversion Laboratory specializes in creating digital editions of client-generated content, but also invests in hosting online learning opportunities that focus on digital publishing, conversion, and content. Tomorrow, DCL will be hosting a webinar for anyone considered to be a stakeholder in education, aimed at working on how to build a stronger digital classroom, entitled ,”eBooks in the Classroom: A Stakeholder’s Guide to Going Digital.”
While these stakeholders would initially be administrators or those who can make key decisions that center on how to incorporate digital technology, the focus of the event will actually speak to anyone who has a vested interest in digital implementation, such as classroom teachers, parents, and even community members whose tax dollars fund these initiatives.
According to the registration materials provided by DCL, “Educational books are being converted to digital for ereaders and an increasing number of books are being written specifically for digital and enhanced formats. But what is the real-world experience of ebooks for teachers, students, parents and administrators? What are the benefits and the needs? What do stakeholders need to know about implementing the use of ebooks in the classroom? And how can authors and publishers deliver products that will be needed, wanted and used?”
The webinar will take place on Wednesday, September 11th, from 1:00pm until 2:00pm ET. Registration for the event is still open, and can be found by clicking HERE.