Online book sites such as the Google Books project, the Open Library, HathiTrust, and others are transforming our thoughts on just what a library is and does, and expanding the possibilities of what a library can be. Library staff need to be knowledgeable about these sites, but unfortunately many librariesa particularly those in the public arenaado not have the budget or staff time to learn about these sites and integrate them into their library services. eBooked! Integrating Free Online Book Sites into Your Library Collection fills this pressing need. This book examines four of the largest and most popular free, online book sites. Each is discussed in detail in its own chapter, profiling the service in question, identifying its origins and organization and presenting specific, concrete details that describe how to make effective use its available resources. Screenshots, applicable library scenarios, and sample questions that readers can use to quiz themselves are included. The end of each chapter contains a helpful summary that recaps the main points. Other helpful sites are discussed as well.http://blog.archive.org/2011/ 03/31/how-archive-org-items-are-structured/. a Internet Archive Raises Copyright ... aInternet Archive Unveils New Physical Archive.a Library Journal 136, no. ... Technology Review 115, no. 3 (June 2012): 10a11.
|Title||:||eBooked! Integrating Free Online Book Sites into Your Library Collection|
|Author||:||H. Anthony Bandy|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2013-10-08|