READynamic: Your Key to Unlocking Learning Potential

READynamic: Your Key to Unlocking Learning Potential

When you love another person, you don’t try to change them. You support them in reaching their full potential while accepting them as they are. I’m a parent, and I’m not perfect. My ideas about how my kids should be learning don’t always fit who they are. I grew up reading paper books and going to the library to do research. My children, however, are the opposite. They are growing up as digital natives. It frustrates me that my kids waste time online watching cat videos…

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BEA 2017 Takes Datalogics to NYC

BEA 2017 Takes Datalogics to NYC

Happy Spring! It is that time of year again – Book Expo of America (BEA)! Some of us here at Datalogics will be packing our bags this weekend to head to the Big Apple, along with tens of thousands of other attendees, to hear and share industry trends, ideas, and product directions. Last year at BEA, we announced the new Sony DADC URMS DRM that generated a lot of interest. Since then, we have continued to work with prospects and customers to…

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PDF Camp: Chicago 2017 Coming in June

PDF Camp: Chicago 2017 Coming in June

Datalogics started working with PDF in the mid 1990s – almost since the beginning of PDF itself, which has given us a long time to become experts. We also have the privilege of offering the official Adobe PDF Library – created by the same guys that invented PDF. These factors place us in a unique position be able to provide expertise to users and an outstanding product experience. And being in this position also encourages us to share what we…

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Impact of eBook Technology Implementation at One Community College

Impact of eBook Technology Implementation at One Community College

Last month, I attended the American Association of Community Colleges Annual Convention. This conference was attended by hundreds of college CEOs, board members, CEOs in training, and others focused on the state of community colleges in the United States. One of the sessions I attended was focused on digital delivery of course materials to students at Copiah-Lincoln Community College. The school had identified that due to the cost of books and the fact that financial assistance is not always ready…

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