4 Reasons Your Homegrown Inventory Management System Will Fail

Your homegrown inventory management system isn't a sustainable solution. By Emily Frazier You’ve put a lot of time and effort into your homegrown inventory management system. You built it because your district didn’t find existing software that met your unique needs. However, while the advantages of a custom-designed system can be alluring at first, the risks and costs over time… Read More

6 Tips for Creating an Instructional Material Procedure Manual at Your School District

By Jessica Zaleski When it comes to managing instructional materials, it takes a team of people to keep everything running smoothly. As you start to plan for next year, one way to improve instructional material management efficiency is clearly defining and communicating policies and procedures through a manual you distribute to your staff. We’ve enlisted Cherie Crews, the District Instructional Resources Specialist… Read More

3 Inventory Management Onboarding Best Practices From District Textbook Coordinators

By Jessica Zaleski Making sure your district inventory management procedures are followed starts at the beginning of the year. The first few weeks of the school year are the perfect time to help your new inventory management employees understand your district’s culture and your expectations as a textbook coordinator. To start the year off on the right foot, we recommend you… Read More

5 End of School Year Tips for Successful Textbook Inventory Management

By Jessica Zaleski As the semester winds down, school district instructional materials coordinators begin looking ahead to their end of year processes. With everything that your campuses need to complete this time of year, you may start to feel overwhelmed about getting your coordinators to quickly accomplish these processes. But fear not! We’ve compiled a list of best practices that… Read More