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TumbleBooksLibrary Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Kim Priest
28:37
Is there a dyslexic font?
Andy Schafer - State Library of Kansas
30:08
Great question, Kim!
Sara McEachern (she/her) @Andover
32:39
Is there a way to change the speed of the audio and word highlights? Slow it down or speed it up?
hhutchinson
32:46
I was curious about the dyslexic accessibility also when she changed the color, so I was looking it up when you mentioned that Kim. I found this site and it mentions a few that are good (basically anything well spaced and sans serif - no tab type things on the letters) and 2 of the options, Tahoma and Veranda, are suggested as an option.
hhutchinson
32:49
https://www.bdadyslexia.org.uk/advice/employers/creating-a-dyslexia-friendly-workplace/dyslexia-friendly-style-guide
Kim Priest
36:16
Thanks for the info. We are working on building some dyslexic resources and books for checkout. Kindle has the ability to change to the dyslexic font.
Jennifer Sims
39:24
Can you walk us through the log in process as well?
Loretta Arnold
48:09
How do we add students to a class?
Hope Harms
52:36
Can users create their own accounts if they want to? (So they can see their playlists, favs, etc. across various devices)?
Kim Priest
52:42
ARe we allowed to link directly from our library website?
Sara Koehn
53:32
I'm brand new to TumbleBooks. What is the best way to use and/or promote TumbleBooks in our library?
Hope Harms
53:34
Thanks for the clarification!
Sara Koehn
55:04
Great! Thank you!!
Hope Harms
55:48
Is the State Library authenticating via geo-location?
Jennifer Sims
56:08
Is the login for the TumbleBooks app the same or do we need to use the website on our Ipads instead?
Carla Sharp
56:09
If someone is home schooling there children, can they get a link for their kids
Hope Harms
57:06
Perfect, thanks Andy!
Lori Franklin
57:38
How can we access the recording of this session, please?
Barbara
58:49
Just to clarify, people who live outside Kansas can access the Tumble Books page if they use their Kansas Library Card?
Lori Franklin
59:29
Thanks, Andy!
Barbara
59:47
Okay, Thank you.
Robin Hargrave, SCKLS
01:00:30
Thank you for the great resource for Kansas, and thank you for the the detailed orientation.
Hope Harms
01:00:31
Some of our patrons who live near the stateline border don't always get included in the geo-location/geo-fencing, so it's good to have the KS eCard option as a back-up for them.
Lori Franklin
01:00:51
This session was great - I learned a LOT!
mlaforte
01:00:59
Thank you!
mlaforte
01:01:18
can you put the survey on the chat so that we can use the link
Sara McEachern (she/her) @Andover
01:01:21
Thank yo!
Sara McEachern (she/her) @Andover
01:01:23
*you
Loretta Arnold
01:01:31
GREAT info! THanks
Mandy Cook (she/her) - Marysville Public Library
01:01:31
Thank you!
Hope Harms
01:01:39
Great info, thank you Rachela and Andy!
Vanessa McLeod
01:01:44
Thank you!