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More on E-Books & Libraries . . .


Short post today.

But, it could lead you on a long journey

First, you may want to check out our past posts on e-books in libraries.

One of them featured an initiative that achieved its goal: the Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library [in the USA], partnered with Library Renewal, in petitioning for wider access to ebooks for libraries.

Their site also listed a number of spaces to follow for more information about publishers, ebooks, and libraries:

  • American Libraries E-content: American Libraries Magazine blog focused on e-content.
  • Library Journal’s Digital Shift: The Digital Shift is the new home for all technology-related stories and features published by Library Journal and School Library Journal.
  • Digital Book World: Digital publishing news and updates.
  • TeleRead: News and views on ebooks, libraries, publishing and related topics.
  • No Shelf Required: Sue Polanka’s blog about eBooks, loosely defined to discuss eBooks, audio books, and other digital content found in libraries as well as the technology needed to read and listen to this digital content.

OK, my work here for today is finished.

Except to ask for comments from you on e-books and libraries
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One response to “More on E-Books & Libraries . . .

  1. Pingback: The E-Book Wars & Your Public Library . . . | Notes from An Alien

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