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Balance of Books & Technology: pBooks vs. eBooks

Libraries today are faced with the difficult task of doing more with less. Nowhere is this more evident than in the balance of books and technology. There is an ever increasing demand for digital content, yet the circulation of print materials continues to soar. While there is no one size fits all approach, there are some important factors to consider while determining materials allocations.

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I Love My Kindle, But I Still Love Print

Not long ago, I was one of those librarians who scoffed at e-books and Kindles. On principle, I swore I would never use either. I have a confession to make: I received a Kindle as a gift and enjoy using it.

Book Review – Losing It by Cora Carmack

Losing It by Cora Carmack Final year of college and Bliss Edwards  a) doesn’t know what she really wants to do with her life, b) is just sort of sliding through by studying hard and being a “good girl”, c) has two really great friends who not only push her boundaries but support her and […]