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Getting Started with eBooks: a beginner’s guide

Getting Started with eBooks: a beginner’s guide

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Posted on: January 26, 2011, 8:17 am Category: Uncategorized

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  1. Louise Alcorn said

    Hi Stephen. This is really handy. I’m still struggling with how best to present this “flowchart” to our patrons, reflecting *our* system and choices without overwhelming them. This is a great help.

  2. Very informative post. These days, when every writer and blogger gets the “put out an E-book” line, it’s easy to think that you can just slap something into a PDF and be done.

  3. I’m not sure that this is accurate. I know that Nook owners can get Google books so that part is not right.

  4. Steve W said

    And, of course, the word “library” appears nowhere on the list of where people might obtain (as opposed to buy) ebooks nor where they might seek help. A wonderful guide, but it reinforces the flow of ebook consumerism that bypasses libraries, not that that’s the author’s fault.

  5. Any reason why no one has created a library version??? Is it just easier to complain than to do something about it? I’d be thrilled to point to a library version.