Last week, we received a wonderful review of our cloud-based instruction platform, ResearchReady from Debbie Gottsleben, Library Media Specialist at Morristown High School in New Jersey.
Debbie sits on the Discount Advisory Group for LibraryLinkNJ and was asked to give her opinion of ResearchReady if she had one. Here is her response:
“We purchased [ResearchReady] for our library to use this school year and I would say that is DEFINITELY something that school’s should consider. My co-librarian and I have gone through every one of the modules and the material is useful and accessible to high school students (would say the product is best for high school, possibly for freshmen in college, and possibly could be used with 8th graders.) The product is completely customizable, which means it can be aligned with each library’s curriculum. And on top of all that, the customer service is amazing. I have always been thrilled by the level of support that Emily Gover and her colleagues at EasyBib provide and now I can personally attest to that same level of support for ResearchReady…With the student growth objectives that NJ teachers (including librarians) are mandated to use as assessment models this product is a lifesaver. We can’t wait to start using it with classes! And no, I wasn’t paid to say this, I just think this is a terrific product that meets a very compelling need right now for school librarians.”
Thank you, Debbie, for the fantastic review!
Are there any other ResearchReady subscribers that would like to write a product testimonial? Email Jennifer[at]imagineeasy[dot]com.
Jenny Kessman is the Marketing Associate here at EasyBib, and will provide a behind-the-scenes look into our company. You can contact her via email at Jennifer[at]imagineeasy.com.
Jenny Kessman is the Marketing Associate here at Imagine Easy Solutions. Jenny received a BA from the University of Delaware. She loves to test out Pinterest recipes, binge on Netflix and read. In her free time, she volunteers as the PurpleStride chair for the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network and is the team captain for Cycle for Survival’s, Dore’s Dream Team.
Latest posts by Jenny Kessman (see all)