Data in the report is based on a survey of 75 academic, public and special libraries. Librarians detail their plans on how they plan to develop their e-book collections, what they think of e-book readers and software, and which e-book aggregators and publishers appeal to them most and why. Other issues covered include: library production of e-books and collection digitization, e-book collection information literacy efforts, use of e-books in course reserves and inter-library loan, e-book pricing and inflation issues, acquisition sources and strategies for e-books and other issues of concern to libraries and book publishers.73 TABLE 9.1: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT OWN ANY KIND OF E- BOOK READING DEVICE, NOT ... 75 TABLE 9.6: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT OWN ANY AMAZON KINDLE E-BOOK READERS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OFanbsp;...
|Title||:||Library Use of E-books|
|Author||:||Primary Research Group|
|Publisher||:||Primary Research Group Inc - 2008|