E-content

Here is the DCL Ebook Report for April 2014 from Douglas County (Colo.) Libraries. Click here. There seem to be two points of interest in this report.
Posted April 10, 2014 | Comments: 0
A vendor somewhere had to try this approach: metered reading. And now someone has. Yoav Lorch is the engaging and insightful CEO of an Israeli company called Total Boox. I met with him at PLA in March, and got a guided tour of his product. 
Posted April 4, 2014 | Comments: 0
Back in 2009 I received a Sony ebook reader for Christmas. The PRS-600 (such poetry in the name!) worked, kind of. But it has sat at my bedside untouched for years, replaced by the iPad and a Nexus 7, both of which are considerably easier to use and read.
Posted April 1, 2014 | Comments: 0
I was pleased to see this March 26 article in CNN Money about the Ann Arbor (Mich.) District Library’s partnership with indie record label Ghostly International.
Posted March 31, 2014 | Comments: 0
Earlier this week, I had the privilege of talking about US library ebook lending at the Salon du Livre—the Paris Book Fair.
Posted March 28, 2014 | Comments: 0
Cuyahoga County (Ohio) Public Library Director Sari Feldman and Multnomah County (Oreg.) Library Director Vailey Oehlke represented ALA’s Digital Content Working Group (DCWG) at last week’s Public Library Association Conference in Indianapolis.
Posted March 19, 2014 | Comments: 0
Dear Librarians, Here is the DCL Ebook Report for March 2014 from Douglas County (Colo.) Libraries. Click here. This month I pose the following challenges:
Posted March 6, 2014 | Comments: 1
Last week, I had the pleasure of participating in a statewide eBook
Posted March 6, 2014 | Comments: 0
How would you like 100 free ebooks for children, ready for immediate MARC upload to your catalog?
Posted March 4, 2014 | Comments: 0
Academic libraries have a big hairy problem: Over the past decade or so, their budgets have shifted from buying materials to leasing them. Journals are the main budget killers, with some subscriptions—so vital to the scholarly life—costing $30,000 annually per title.
Posted February 25, 2014 | Comments: 0