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By Kirk Yuhnke, FOX 31 Denver, June 12, 2015 Your tax dollars likely pay for them so you might as well use them! Libraries across the country and Colorado pay for a service called OverDrive. By downloading the OverDrive app on your tablet or smartphone you can “borrow” eBooks from your local library.
By Mark Crump, Gigaom, October 12, 2014 If you haven’t been inside your local library in the last ten years, you might be surprised how easy it is to check out ebooks.
Book Trade, September 16, 2014 Exciting new service allows users to download books, magazines and podcasts directly onto computers, smartphones and tablets The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) has launched RNIB Overdrive, a simple and portable digital audio library service which will open up a greater range of titles to blind and partially… Read more »
By Carolyn Kellogg, Los Angeles Times, September 16, 2014 There are all kinds of crazy non-holidays and semi-holidays: Feb. 22 is Walking the Dog Day, Nov. 14 is National Pickle Day, April 11 is Barbershop Quartet Day. Now we can add to them the newly minted International Read an E-Book Day.
KUOW.org, August 14, 2014 Marcie Sillman talks to Geoffrey Fowler, personal technology columnist for the Wall Street Journal, about the advantages and challenges libraries have in the e-book market.
By Mercy Pilkington, Good EReader, December 2, 2013 Throughout the recent controversy over inappropriate and explicit content being listed in ebook retail websites alongside children’s and middle grade titles, the same questions kept coming to the surface: how did this happen, and how do we prevent it? – Read more »
By Ava Seave, Forbes, November 18, 2013 “Schools and libraries in all forms are transitioning their spends from providing physical items that are being stored on shelves and branches to digital items — the fastest portion of their growth,” said Steve Potash in a recent interview. Read More»
By Adam Brazeau, Seaway News, November 16, 2013 Reading books without ever touching a page is becoming an ongoing trend at the Cornwall Public Library (CPL) as literature steers in a digital direction. Read More»
By Lauren Williams, District Administration, November 14, 2013 When teachers, students and parents visit their school’s OverDrive-powered digital library website, they will find a fully-updated user interface providing a more informative, user-friendly experience. Read More »