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Auteur : Sue Polanka
Éditeur : Chicago : American Library Association, 2012.
Édition/format :   Livre : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
Base de données :WorldCat
Résumé :
E-book content, devices, and services have created challenges for libraries as well as opportunities. Because the e-book playing field is constantly changing, any predictions are, at best, tenuous. Librarians must be resilient in order to manage, and not be managed by, e-books and their progenies. With their explosive sales and widespread availability over the past few years, e-books have definitively proven that  Lire la suite...
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Genre/forme : Aufsatzsammlung
Format – détails additionnels : Online version:
No shelf required 2.
Chicago : American Library Association, 2012
(OCoLC)773566720
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Sue Polanka
ISBN : 9780838911457 0838911455
Numéro OCLC : 760176256
Description : xiv, 254 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contenu : Going digital but not bookless physical, digital library spaces / Amelia Brunskill --
Do e-books bridge the digital divide? / Sarah E. Twill --
Accessibility issues in e-books and e-book readers / Ken Petri --
Making sense of change: e-books, access, and the academic library / Lisa Carlucci Thomas --
E-book preservation: business and content challenges / Amy Kirchhoff --
Weeding e-books / Alice Crosetto --
What is RDA, and why should e-book managers care? / Steve Kelley --
Enhanced e-books: how books are coming alive in the digital environment / Sylvia K. Miller --
E-book sea change in public libraries: lending, devices, training, and budgets / Michael Porter, Matt Weaver, and Bobbi Newman --
HarperCollins, Overdrive, and the ALA: reactions to limits on e-book access / Michael Porter --
Libraries as zones for content creation, indie publishing, and print on demand / Thomas A. Peters --
Getting control, staying relevant: how libraries can push the e-book envelope to their advantage / Joseph Sanchez --
The iPad loaner program at Oberlin College Library / Jessica Grim and Allison Gallaher --
Leading and learning: technology and e-book adoption in school libraries / Carolyn Foote --
E-reader adoption in the school library media center: a journey of collaboration and discovery / Jennifer LaGarde and Christine James --
Give them something to talk about: the Kindle pilot program at the Unquiet Library / Buffy Hamilton --
Using e-books with reluctant readers / Kathy Parker.
Autres titres : No shelf required two
Responsabilité : edited by Sue Polanka.

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E-book content, devices, and services have created challenges for libraries as well as opportunities. Because the e-book playing field is constantly changing, any predictions are, at best, tenuous. Librarians must be resilient in order to manage, and not be managed by, e-books and their progenies. With their explosive sales and widespread availability over the past few years, e-books have definitively proven that they are here to stay. In this sequel to her first book of the same title, the author dives even deeper into the world of digital distribution. Contributors from across the e-book world offer their perspectives on what is happening now and what to expect in the coming months and years. Included in this resource are: Guidelines for performing traditional library processes such as cataloging, weeding, archiving, and managing e-book accessibility for patrons with special needs; Explorations of topics such as the e-book digital divide and open-access publishing; Case studies from an array of academic, public, and school libraries, offering firsthand accounts of what works, what doesn't, and why; Discussions of the emerging model of the electronic-only library and the rich possibilities of enhanced e-books.

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