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What Does Kindle Unlimited Mean for the Classroom?


Jeff Bezos and Amazon have done it again. Friday, July 18th was the official launch of Bezos’ latest creation – Kindle Unlimited. The launch of Kindle Unlimited is the talk of the town as it joins other e-book subscription service providers like Oyster and Scribd. While Amazon works through a few kinks, like its fight with several big name publishers over their authors/titles, this new initiative raises key questions about how and what we read. On Friday, USA Today asked what Kindle Unlimited means for readers; however, I am interested in what it means for schools (and specifically what schools can and will do with the service). tlb

Related Article: Amazon Unveils E-Book Subscription Service, With Some Notable Absences





About principalaim

Head of Lower School & Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Louisville Collegiate School

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