By Betty Vanderwielen

SLE Students Gain Access to 1,900 More Books


Betty Vanderwielen, Pathfinder

Seeley Lake Elementary School Librarian Michele Holmes explains how to access the new eBooks recently added to the library's holdings.

SEELEY LAKE – Seeley Lake Elementary (SLE) librarian Michele Holmes has worked for years to find an affordable way to provide students with access to eBooks as part of the school library offerings. At the October 2016 meeting of the Montana Education Association, Holmes helped form a consortium comprised of representatives from small Montana schools. Acting as a unit, the consortium established a shared catalogue of more than 1,900 eBooks for K-12 students.

SLE's involvement in eBooks started in 2011 thanks to then sixth-grade student Kristin Tutor. Tutor entered the annual Letters About...

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