Entries Tagged as Destiny Quest
We have searched across the web to bring you stories from our customers.
Here are a few of the videos and blog posts we surfaced from Follett Customers on the worldwide web:
Check out this video from Kathy Pulton on using Follett Shelf. Kathy will take you through the views inside of Follett Shelf as she shows you how to search, checkout and add materials to your reading list.
Laura Delia of Pine Glen’s Library and Technology Center is using Destiny Quest to teach Pine Glen's students to be responsible and effective digital citizens as well as provide safe social networking by giving them the ability to join an online reading community.
You can read more about their use of Destiny Quest for digital citizenship here.
Learn how to perform circulation on the go. Watch this video from Angela Estrella and Roz of Lynbrook High School. They will walk you through how to checkout your patrons using the Follett Destiny App.
Thank you for sharing Angela, Roz, Kathy Pulton and Laura Delia.
If you have a story of how you are using Destiny, Aspen, Follett Shelf or Titlewave, please share with us in the comments below or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You could be the next story on this blog.
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"Destiny 10.0 is a great example of our commitment to incorporating enhancement requests from our Destiny community..."
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"As of today, Destiny Quest mobile app has been downloaded via Apple iOS
(5,929) and Android (1,110), and this continues to grow."
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"I love Destiny, I get to see the book covers and then find it in the library!" "Destiny Quest is beastly!" — 3rd and 4th Graders “Beastly” may not seem like a compliment, and these may not seem like the average accolades we get from our clients. But these are the real, extraordinary comments of 3rd and 4th grade students from Solon Community School District in Iowa.
During the recent American Association of School Librarians conference, two employees from Follett Software met with Destiny® user and school librarian, Kathy Kaldenberg from Solon Community School District, Iowa. Kathy extended an invitation for Follett Software to Skype (make a video call over the Internet) with her 3rd and 4th graders and discuss Destiny Quest™.
Of course we jumped at the opportunity.
It’s Elementary, Dear Follett
One-by-one each student walked up to the computer and asked their question.
“Where did the name Destiny Quest come from?”
” How many schools around the world have Destiny?"
“How do you get your ideas for Destiny?”
Not only did these savvy Destiny Quest users have questions about their products, they were also brimming with suggestions for new features:
"Can we make our own Destiny Quest backgrounds?”
“Can we make our own themes for Destiny?”
As the questions continued to broadcast through our Internet Telephony connection, it occurred to us that perhaps we were viewing the future wave of developers at Follett Software. In any event, we were enlightened and inspired by their candor and enthusiasm for Destiny Quest.
Learn more about their Skype experience with Follett Software by visiting their 4th Grade MC Blog.
K-12 Educators: We Pose One Question to the Students in Your Classroom
If you could add a new feature to Destiny Quest, what would it be? We’d love to hear from you with your students’ feedback. Please let us know by commenting below.