Every day OverDrive bombards us with updates and it is time consuming to stay on top of it all. To help, I shifted through all their recent correspondence and narrowed it down into easy bits. There is some pretty important information here for librarians on the front lines of OverDrive Support.
Library budgets are way down and funds for eBooks are often taken out of reference and print lines. So it is more important than ever to have good purchasing strategies when selecting eBooks. What moves and what doesn’t might surprise you as it is not necessarily the same as print.
As we speed toward 2014, one thing we can be certain of, there will be questions about ebooks and digital content and there will be a need for technology instruction on the fly. The questions will come via phone, chat, e-mail, and in-person: They will be varied; they will be hard; there will be
An excellent open-source eBook management resource. Calibre supports searching and downloading of free, public domain texts as well as commercial content ranked by price point. One of Calibre's more impressive features is its ability to port content across multiple eReader formats. Users can e
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