Books Without Covers

May 15, 2006 at 12:55 pm Leave a comment

This past Thursday, I was honored to be part of a discussion group on ebooks.  The program, sponsored by the Michigan Library Consortium, featured Tom Peters who gave a great overview of how ebooks were changing libraries and a glimpse of the new ebook reader devices coming on the market.  We followed up with our panel discussion presenting the views of academic librarians and a school librarian.  I was the spokesperson for the public librarians.  It certainly afforded me a chance to see how ebooks were being used in other libraries and to share views with my fellow librarians.


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