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Cathy Oxley

Book Sculpture Animation - NZ Book Council - Going West - 22 views


Book Trailers in the Library | ALSC Blog - 39 views

    Best book trailers to share with students. Recommended by primary age students
Marita Thomson

1Q84 by Haruki Murakami - Books - Random House Books Australia - 5 views

    Book trailer.
Sara Kelley-Mudie

stories from the cloud - 38 views

    using Web 2.0 to promote literacy
    Cloud computing. Web 2.0. Social networking. Stories are being told in new mediums. This blog examines YA stories in their original, print versions and how they can be re-told in new ways using collaborative online tools.
Colette Cassinelli

BTFA Home - 0 views

    This site was created as a way for people to share their self-created book trailers. All trailers shared with BTFA are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0) What does this mean, exactly? It means you are free to show, download, and share these trailers, as long as they are not modified, and attribution to the creator is given. Most trailers were created by teachers, students or librarians, but a few of the trailers were created by publishers, or authors. The most important thing to note is that all of them are here for you to use, so feel free!
Fran Bullington

Rockin'BookTrailers (and other reports) with Animoto by Jeri Hurd on Prezi - 38 views

    Prezi on creating video book reports (trailers) with details.
Judy O'Connell

Libraries and BookTrailers - 19 views

    Now we're seeing book trailers on the web as a pretty common way to promote books and reading. I am sure you'll start seeing these book trailers pushed to your e-readers soon
Bright Ideas

ClairvauxLibrary - home - 7 views

    Take a look at Pam Niewman's fantastic new library wiki.
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