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Technology Trends: Adapting the Library for Mobile Users

  • Kim, B. (2013). The present and future of the library mobile experience. Library Technology Reports, 29(6), 15-28.
  • Zimerman, M. (2011). E-readers in an academic library setting.
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Books vs E-readers

A few years ago this was always a hot topic amongst many of my friends and colleagues. I resisted the concept of the e-reader for awhile, but was fascinated by its capabilities. 299 more words

Book Reviews

Why Real Books Will Always Matter

As an avid reader, I am often asked which e-reader I prefer to use. When I reply that I don’t have an e-reader, the reaction is usually one of surprise. 808 more words


Books Vs E-readers

A war rages. Which side will you choose?

With an e-reader, you can carry your entire book collection wherever you go but to do this, you’ll have to buy the e-book version of every story you already own. 209 more words


E-books versus Print Books

The great debate of e-books versus print books has been going on for long enough. Both have their benefits and both have their weaknesses or cons, and both sides have plenty supporters. 504 more words

Amazon Will Let You Use a Kindle for Free for a Month

With the holiday season fast approaching, Amazon is bringing back a special offer for some customers in its Prime membership program: 30-day free trials for Kindle tablets and e-readers. 134 more words


Read, read, read

I don’t have much to say lately because I’ve been so engrossed in three books. My downstairs book: Lila by Marilynne Robinson (just out this fall!). 121 more words

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