Let it be our Destiny . Presented by Glenn Castle, Christine Dexter, and Traci Tokerud. Award Winning. “Destiny® Library Manager™ was named Best Library Automation System in eSchool News latest Readers’ Choice Awards for School Management Solutions.”
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Presented by Glenn Castle, Christine Dexter, and Traci Tokerud
“Destiny® Library Manager™ was named Best Library Automation System in eSchool News latest Readers’ Choice Awards for School Management Solutions.”
“Award of Excellence from Technology & Learning Magazine”
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Look in Browning Middle School Media Center
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Destiny keeps track of books patrons have read and their book reviews.
Students and teachers can write book reviews to share with others.
Teachers can create resource list for their students who are working on a research project.
Destiny Quest is a search engine that keeps it safe for students by allowing only educational material.
In Destiny Quest patrons can see the book cover. If they click on the book cover, they get can see a summary of the book and citations.
A list of the most popular books and new arrivals are available on the home page.
Patrons can customize their own log ins.
Holds can be placed on books for patrons from other sites in the district.
The Destiny homepage can be set up with links to teacher requested websites so that students can have easy access to them for projects.
The program is easy for students and teachers to use.
References Dreesman, L. (2007, April 18). LM_NET: Alexandria vs. Follett. Message posted to School Library Media & Network Communications, archived at http://www.eduref.org/lm_net/archive/Follett's Destiny® Tops eSchool News Readers' Choice Awards: Browser-Based Technology Named Best Library Automation System By Two-to-One Margin. (2006, February 2). Retrieved June 25, 2009, from PR Web: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2006/02/prweb340469.htmMillam, J. (2009, February 4). LM_NET: Follet’s Destiny. Message posted to School Library Media & Network Communications, archived at http://www.eduref.org/lm_net/archive/Morgieau, J. (2009, June 25). (C. Dexter, Interviewer) Taylor, P. (2009, March 17). Making the move to Destiny Library Manager 5.0. Webinar conducted by the Follett Software Company.