Cary, NC - Throughout the Wake County Public School District students are reading — in class, in the library, during reading camp, and even at home. “Our goal is to get more books into the hands of students,” shares Sherri Miller, Director, K-12 Literacy. But when you walk through Wake County’s elementary schools you may not see children with books in their hands. Instead, you’ll see them in computer labs or reading on iPads, laptops, and even smartphones. That’s because since 2014 Wake County has relied on the Big Universe digital literacy solution to expand access to quality nonfiction and fiction text to all students and teachers. As a Digital Promise League of Innovative Schools district, Wake County is a pioneer of innovative learning and leadership practices, including the use of eBooks.