Using Goodreads as a classroom checkout system

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I was having a Twitter conversation with Eric Démoré (@EricDemore) about books for classroom libraries. Check out his blog as well, it has some quality stuff. ( After going back and forth for several minutes, the conversation turned to our blogs, and eventually, to the use of 

We discussed the strengths of Goodreads, such as being able to have a list of “to read” texts, a way to keep up with books you have read, and a place to find suggestions for one’s next great book. It is made even better by the fact that one can download the app to a mobile device, and add those books straight from the bookstore, using the UPC barcode scanner.

Eric then mentioned that he would like to find a way to make it work as a means of keeping up with student checkouts; a way to keep up with what…

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Cyndi Goodgame is a young adult author. Check out her books on Amazon and other book sellers.

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