Posts Tagged 'ebooks'

UC Berkeley researchers aim to revolutionize e-books

Adapting the e-book for the Web instead of for specific applications would open up a wide array of new features… Read more… via LibraryStuff

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What a 21st century book looks like

The following quick-talk (it’s just under five minutes, and you can skip through some of that) offers a compelling visual for what’s possible with books in the 21st century. @TeachThought More …

How can we support our academic library’s digital book capacity?

Readers are created, not born, and shutting out a new generation of book buyers by failing to get them hooked on reading in college (when a digital book reading habit could take hold), will have potentially disastrous long-term consequences for future demand. @InsideHigherEd Read more …

An ebook plan by Iris Jastram and Steve Lawson

@Pegasus Librarian Read here

EBL touts its versatility: series exploring ebook options

More than 600 institutions, encompassing thousands of libraries, around the world now use EBL (Ebook Library), including University of Texas at Austin, Wellesley College, and Fairfield University. @Library Journal Read more …

The wrong war over ebooks: publishers vs. libraries

This is the first of a two-part series published by Forbes dealing with libraries and publishers, technology issues and “how the publishing industry and libraries can symbiotically grow together.” @Forbes Read more …


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