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Look inside our 2014 interactive catalog! The 2014 PreK–12 catalog includes the NEW Fiction Readers and Teaching through Text Sets kits, and features new titles from Early Childhood Themes, Primary Sources, and Primary Source Readers series. Also check out our new Apps! To request a catalog, please click here: http://www.teachercreatedmaterials.com/catalogs/#catalogrequest

In case there was any doubt that messaging apps were the future of communication in the mobile-first era, a new study released this morning puts some solid..

For a time, bots were perceived to be plain-text exchanges and as such were often described as “invisible apps”. As Jonathan Libov at USV points out, though, “just because the container is a messenger doesn’t mean that all the apps inside are text-based.” Tomaž Štolfa says there is “unexplored potential in blending conversational interfaces with rich graphical UI elements.”

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Call Me Ishmael, a new website and app launched by Logan Smalley and Stephanie Kent that allows readers to share stories about the books that matter the most to them, is featured in News and Trends.

Listing of "Top Ten YA Fiction Blogs and Websites"...good resource for when reader's advisory "notebook" is updated.

Backed by author Amy Tan mobile fiction startup Radish raises $3M Read more Technology News Here --> http://digitaltechnologynews.com Radish is officially launching its mobile apps for reading bite-sized chunks of serialized fiction and its announcing that it has raised $3 million in seed funding. This isnt the first startup to experiment with new ways to deliver fiction via e-readers and mobile devices. In fact I wrote about one of them in my very first piece for TechCrunch five years ago…

Celebrate #RadishAndroid with Free Coins! - I'll draw 4 winners of 20 Coins each to check out Radish Fiction - a new serial fiction app. It's chapter-by-chapter excitement! Enter via my website - www.aliciarayn.com/radishcontest

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