Organizing your classroom collection can be considered a total pain in the you-know-what. 0.99, but it looks like a good money to spend on your classroom. This application will catalog all of your library books by scanning in the bar code. It stores student information (so you know who to get a hold of if a book arises missing) and even allows you to print labels for your books (if you get access to a radio printer). I’ll give you a tour of the application and demonstrate what this baby can do.
First things first, though: I had fashioned trouble logging in. When I went to the app store website to get the link for the written book Retriever app, I saw several remarks where it appeared as if other users acquired trouble logging in, as well. AFTER I e-mailed Mr. Conn, who owns Classroom Library Company, he responded (in a single business day) with a very easy fix: do not put areas or symbols into the username. See, when you try to register, the application asks for your name.
It doesn’t say that that will be your username. And that means you, of course, get into your first and last name with an area in between because that is how we write titles. To save lots of yourself some frustration, just know that that “name” box actually means “username.” After you take the spaces/symbols out of your access, you’ll be able to sign in easily.
When you click on … Read more