Yearbooker’s Field Kit lets Jostens customers use their iPad to work on their Yearbooks. This allows users to view a real-time digital version of the yearbook, monitor progress, manage photographs, and tag images for captioning. They can also assign pages and keep top-secret pages secure by hiding them from others.

“We continue to see more and more students and teachers using iPads both in and out of the classroom. This has created a demand to work on school yearbooks using the popular tablets,” said Michael Wolf, director of yearbook marketing at Jostens, in a press release. “We listened to their needs and designed the new Yearbooker’s Field Kit to give staff and students a way to be productive and stay engaged throughout the entire yearbook-building process – from wherever or whenever they may be working.”

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