Follett's new Destiny Read app for iOS devices is now available in the App Store. Read more about this app on the Follett site.
In order to open and check out Follett eBooks, a student or teacher must log in with their own Destiny login username and password. If a student or teacher does not have a Destiny login username and password, they can enter the Shared Access username and password for their library site when prompted to log in when opening a Follett eBook. If the IP address for your school has been entered into the FollettShelf setup (see the Add IP Address tab on this page for instructions on doing this), students and teachers will automatically get the Shared Access login, and will be able to Open a Follett eBook. Using the Shared Access username and password does not allow for checking out or downloading a Follett eBook.
How can I find out/change the Shared Access Username and Password?
How can I change loan periods for Follett eBooks?
How do I add Follett eBooks from the RILINK district FollettShelf (BookLynx) to my library's FollettShelf and Destiny catalog?
You may need to refresh/reload the page to see the current set of instructions. After you have added the titles that you want, you should force an immediate synchronization, by clicking on Update on the Destiny Digital Setup page which appears after you Close the eBook shelf. Doing this will produce a report in the Job Manager in your site’s Back Office that will let you know when the new titles have been added to your catalog.
How can I get statistics for eBook circulations?
For problems with your FollettShelf, call 1-877-873-2764.
For additional questions about FollettShelf contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send any issues with Capstone Interactive eBooks to the same email address.
Follett has added a new category of eBooks called , which includes 145 science and social studies titles at the elementary school level, many of which are also suitable for use with middle school students. Lightbox incorporates videos, Google Maps, worksheets, audio, quizzes, Vocabulary.com, and other key sites. Lightbox purchase pricing starts at $40 for each title for multi-user access. Unfortunately, we cannot buy these multi-user titles for our shared BookLynx collection, but there are currently fourteen titles available on the East Bay Educational Collaborative and RILINK Interlibrary Loan site. The easiest way to find them is to click on Universal Search in the left-hand column on the Catalog tab. They will be featured in the top ribbon in Universal Search. If you want to try them out, please contact email@example.com for the demo username and password.
What Is Lightbox?
Lightbox is an all-inclusive digital solution for the teaching and learning of curriculum topics in an original, groundbreaking way. The program is based on National Curriculum Standards. Lightbox is a content delivery system, designed and engineered to be robust and reliable. It is optimized for tablets, whiteboards, and computers.
Lightbox digital titles come with fully integrated media features, including embedded videos, slideshows, child-safe weblinks, contextual key word definitions, and high-quality narration. Unique features of Lightbox enable students to virtually visit locations around the world with Google Maps. Lightbox also helps students learn with layered transparencies of maps, diagrams, charts, and timelines.
Check out the current titles by searching for Lightbox in Titlewave, or look at the online Lightbox catalog.
To find out more about Lightbox, please visit http://tinyurl.com/npefs5b
To see a demo log into Titlewave and go to here.
Mackin eBooks are now integrated with Destiny, and should NOT require a username and password to open them or check them out once you, a student or teacher is logged into Destiny. If this is not working for one or more of your Mackin eBooks, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.