Your school has sensitive data, from demographic information to the cost of library materials, textbooks, and other assets, and everything in between. Ensuring users have access to the software features they need, without access to sensitive information, is important. Understanding Destiny’s user hierarchy will help you match users/roles with particular access levels, and determine which users should have user names and passwords.
Learning Services will share new and creative ways to promote access to library resources with Destiny Discover, as well as see options for taking it a step further with single sign-on access.
Lisa Duran will demonstrate how easy it is to customize the Destiny home page to highlight school information, post pictures of school or library events, and provide links to helpful resources.
Go on a (surprising) tour of texts suggested by the Common Core State Standards. Learn the types of texts required, how to think about application of the text types for a variety of classroom situations.
“Our goal is to instill the habit of reading and to raise a generation of passionate readers.” - Marjan Ghara, Biblionasium Founder and CEO.
“Destiny Quest is now a favorite around here and students use it not only to browse for books but also when doing research.” - Tiffany Whitehead
This school used Titlewave to build lists of books and digital content aligned to themes and genres in new standards.
With Follett Classroom Connections, one district saw a 23% increase in reading scores.
Learn how librarians have transformed in to Library Media Specialists by using Destiny, Aspen IMS, and other Follett solutions.
During her career in education, Kate MacMillan has seen it all in terms of ed tech gadgetry and newfangled resources.
For school librarian Carl Harvey II, Destiny is a time-saver and essential resource.