Oxford University Press announced yesterday the re-launch of Oxford Handbooks Online (OHO), now featuring coverage that has grown to 14 disciplines (translating to about 300 handbooks and 10,000 articles in total)—a significant expansion of the original platform first launched in the not-so-distant 2009 with just four subject modules, which included Business & Management, Philosophy, Political Science, [...]
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August 19th, 2011 · Comments Off
Ingram announced today a partnership with Chegg, an online textbook rental company. The new e-textbook program from Chegg will allow students the option to purchase or rent digital books. Ingram’s Vital Source will power Chegg’s digital textbook option. More information is available in the press release.
July 14th, 2011 · Comments Off
Pictured from left to right: Eli Neiberger, Patricia Tumulty, Mary Minow, Norma Blake, Robert Miller, Sue Polanka, Cheryl O’Connor, Joseph Sanchez, Peggy Cadigan. Today the NJ State Library, LinbraryLinkNJ- The NJ Library Cooperative, NJ Library Association and the NJLA Reference Section sponsored an E-book Summit in Eatontown, New Jersey. The line-up of speakers included: Eli [...]
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August 20th, 2008 · 3 Comments
Hongkiat.com offers the 20 best websites to download free ebooks. Here is the list. List is heavy on computer/tech sites. Gutenberg appears to have made the runner up list- which includes an additional 15 sites, so let’s make it the 35 best websites for free Ebooks.
What traditional print reference source, presently not electronic, would you like to have electronically?
August 7th, 2008 · Comments Off
We asked and you responded. What traditional print reference source would you like to have electronically? Vote for your favourite among the choices in our current poll. Do you have a favourite print reference source you wish you could use online? Add it to our growing list. Comment on this post.
August 5th, 2008 · Comments Off
From Marketing VOX July 28, 2008 Digital Meets Print on Esquire’s Cover The 75th anniversary October issue of Esquire will feature an electronic cover with flashing words and images. The cover, created with electronic paper display (EPD) technology, will scroll “The 21st Century Begins Now” when it hits newsstands in September, reports MediaBuyerPlanner. To offset [...]
July 2nd, 2008 · Comments Off
From the Internet Archive site: The Internet Archive is building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a paper library, we provide free access to researchers, historians, scholars, and the general public. Text Archives are: Free to read, download, print, and enjoy. Some have restrictions on bulk re-use and [...]
April 25th, 2008 · 4 Comments
A curious question for librarians. What traditional print reference source, presently not electronic, would you like to have electronically? Please suggest titles in the comments section. Once we have a few, we’ll poll everyone on the suggested titles. Thanks, Sue