[library-media] Playaway PR
laurel.harris at jordan.k12.ut.us
Thu Dec 6 06:41:31 MST 2007
I do something similar to Bill Goodrich. We display the empty
containers on the shelf and put the playaways in shallow drawers in
our back room. We have the books on tape and the books on CD shelved
with the playaway cases and have labeled them all AB for audio
books. We store the contents for all in the drawers in back.
We sell the earbuds as well. I was selling them at cost and went
through them too quickly as students were buying them that were not
checking out playaways. So I am now selling them for a $1.00 to
students checking out playaways and $2.00 if they are not.
They check out more than the cassettes of course but the CD's too (we
check out walkmans with the cassette and CD format). Student's check
out the classics because they want the playaway.
We check them out with the battery in it and one in the case. I
heard of some schools investing in rechargables, we haven't felt the
We had one student loose the case not the playaway. The case and
foam inserts can be purchased separately. Jean Grose the Follet rep
was checking to see about the cardboard picture insert.
Library Media Specialist
Jordan High School
95 East Beetdigger Boulevard
Sandy, UT 84070-3633
(801 )256-5553 FAX (801) 256-5556
email: laurel.harris at jordan.k12.ut.us
On Dec 5, 2007, at 8:40 AM, Barbara DenBoer wrote:
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> Dear Lovely Librarians,
> I have added Playaways to my collection this year, and I already have
> students asking for them. I'm uncertain about how to display them
> and how to check them out, so I thought I'd ask all of you. Those of
> you with Playaways, how do you display, circulate, etc? Any advise
> is always appreciated.
> Barbara Den Boer
> North Summit High School
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