Content tagged eLending for Libraries
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- Hard Choices: Libraries Face Major Challenges in Meeting Reader eLending Demand
New research from Australia has explored how the way eBooks are offered to libraries affect their decisions over what to offer borrowers. Led by Associate Professor Rebecca Giblin of the...
News - 1 April 2020
- Simplify, Unify, Diversify: an Interview with Jessica Want, New York Public Library
Alongside growing concern in the United States and Canada about the conditions imposed on libraries looking to lend eBooks, there are also efforts to reduce dependency on third party distributors...
News - 16 July 2019
- New IFLA Publication: Trade eBooks in Libraries: The Changing Landscape
Just off the press in the IFLA Publications Series… Read all about it: Trade eBooks in Libraries: The Changing Landscape
News - 21 December 2016
- Trade eBooks in Libraries: The Changing Landscape
With the advent of downloadable retail eBooks marketed to individual consumers, for the first time in their history libraries encountered an otherwise commercially available text format they were...
Publication - 16 December 2016
- eLending & eBook Updates
This page contains eLending and eBook updates as sent out on the eLending mailing list. The most recent update is also posted on this main page. February 2018 December 2017...
Informational Page - 1 August 2016
- IFLA 2014 eLending Background Paper
Introduction The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) released the eLending Background Paper in 2012 followed by a commissioned think piece and the...
Publication - 30 July 2014