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No Shelf Required 3: The New Era for E-Books and Digital Content

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Edited by Mirela Roncevic and Peyton Stafford

192 pages

6 x 9

February 22, 2019

Many claim that the presence and importance of e-books in the library world have reached a saturation point, but the truth is that experimentation with new models, as well as refinement of existing ones, continues apace. Delving into the latest developments among the varied players in the e-book marketplace, including publishers, libraries, and vendors, the latest volume in the best-selling No Shelf Required series is written from a strong international perspective. Such cutting-edge contributors as Michael Blackwell, Mary Minow, Neil Butcher, and Tonya McQuade discuss a range of groundbreaking initiatives that tap into the potential of digital content to be omnipresent. Positive, uplifting, instructive, and goal-oriented, this volume’s coverage includes

  • the DPLA national e-book platform;
  • ReadersFirst, a movement to improve e-book access from libraries;
  • the AudiobookSYNC project, a free summer audiobook program for teens;
  • using e-books to teach poetry and publishing processes;
  • the Multnomah County Library Library Writers project;
  • the Internet Archive and e-books; and
  • e-books and sustainable literacy in Africa.

Public libraries looking into expanding their programming; academic libraries interested in library publishing, digital scholarship, and scholarly communication; and technical services staff will all find creative new ideas inside for promoting literacy and spreading knowledge.

Sku: 9780838917695
Vendor: ALA Editions

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