from to move on department It’s been said over and over that if libraries didn’t exist now, there’s no way publishers would allow them to exist today. Libraries are, in fact, a beautiful and important artifact of a pre-copyright era where we actually value sharing knowledge, rather than locking itRead More →

Discover the pleasure of ebooks Audra, in partnership with OMF, brings your eBook reading experience to the same level as your Internet experience The science of reading involves understanding cognitive science and psychology. This science has been recorded in various languages ​​around the world, in apprenticeships that cost large sumsRead More →

Surrey Libraries have eliminated overdue fines on all borrowed materials. Surrey’s public library system had been fine-free since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, in March 2020, and now the move is permanent. Overdue library fines can be a barrier for some residents using library services, administrators say. “The suspensionRead More →

Surrey Libraries have eliminated overdue fines on all borrowed materials. Surrey’s public library system had been fine-free since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, in March 2020, and now the move is permanent. Overdue library fines can be a barrier for some residents using library services, administrators say. “The suspensionRead More →

Surrey Libraries have eliminated overdue fines on all borrowed materials. Surrey’s public library system had been fine-free since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, in March 2020, and now the move is permanent. Overdue library fines can be a barrier for some residents using library services, administrators say. “The suspensionRead More →

BOONE – As people read and listen to more and more books on their smartphones or tablets, they’re discovering that one of the best resources is their local public library. Watauga County residents can access a wide selection of popular digital ebooks and audiobooks for free at the Watauga CountyRead More →

But publishers that have resisted selling digital assets to libraries are already changing their tune. Online retailer Amazon, for example, not only sells books, but operates its own publishing business. Until recently, Amazon Publishing did not sell ebooks or audiobooks to libraries. But shortly before the Maryland law took effect,Read More →

Oliver the Ornament Interactive Narrated eBooks is a collection of digital books that celebrate the spirit of Christmas with a series of stories about one family’s tree ornaments. The collection highlights the same three books former First Lady Melania Trump read in 2018, 2019 and 2020. What are Oliver theRead More →

of end of ownership department Techdirt has noted in the past that if public libraries did not exist, the copyright industry would never allow their creation. Editors can’t turn back time to change history (thankfully). But the COVID pandemic, which has largely prevented people from borrowing physical books, has presentedRead More →

from end of ownership department Techdirt has noted in the past that if public libraries didn’t exist, the copyright industry would never allow their creation. Editors can’t go back in time to change the story (thankfully). But the COVID pandemic, which has largely prevented people from borrowing physical books, hasRead More →

Record numbers of people are borrowing e-books and e-audiobooks from Wyndham Council libraries as closures and pandemic restrictions lead many residents to spend more time at home. In fiscal year 2020-21, Wyndham Libraries loaned 58,398 eBooks, an increase of 46% from the prior year. An additional 53,707 eAudio books wereRead More →

| LibraryPass, Inc. announced a distribution agreement with Yen Press to make a selection of their digital catalog available to libraries and schools through the Comics Plus app. With Comics Plus, readers can access thousands of digital comics, graphic novels and manga through their school or library, with unlimited concurrentRead More →

Gale In Context: Elementary’s new eBook integration streamlines the learning experience on a single platform. Tweet this As students navigate a growing number of digital platforms in remote and mixed learning environments, it is easy for them to get frustrated. This is especially true for young students who currently lackRead More →

Smart city solutions for a riskier world, is a foresight study that provides city decision-makers with an evidence-based guide to achieving better social, environmental and economic outcomes in today’s transformed world. The research, based on a survey of 167 city leaders from 82 countries around the world, dramatically highlights theRead More →

by Vivek Kumar November 10, 2020 Data science is recognized as the sexiest job of the 21st century. As organizations seek to sustain themselves through data-driven insights, the demand for data science professionals is ever-increasing. Numerous reports show that the demand for data scientists is increasing year on year andRead More →

The portal should provide relevant information to users from different educational backgrounds or with varying abilities. As the country grapples with the novel coronavirus, the education ministry said all students and teachers can take advantage of the National Digital Library and access the information provided on the National Library allRead More →

Photo. Minister of Education, Youth and Information, Hon. Fayval Williams. KINGSTON, Jamaica – October 1, 2020 – The government will spend $ 826 million on the acquisition of textbooks for the next school year, including e-books and learning apps. This was revealed by the Minister of Education, Youth and Information,Read More →

Autumn is upon us, and with it a dazzling array of photographic opportunities. But don’t venture out until you’ve read our cover story, a 12-page masterclass on filming your best. fall images. And speaking of masterclass, we have a One by one session with landscape photography legend Charlie Waite. RememberRead More →

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has caused a never-before-seen global shutdown. Around the world, a growing number of governments are subjecting their populations to tightened quarantine restrictions to limit the spread of the virus. For those in mandatory or self-imposed quarantine, we thought this would be the perfect opportunity to checkRead More →

The Internet Archive has just opened due to the COVID-19 pandemic, releasing a lending library of 1.4 million free ebooks. Announcement on March 24, this “emergency library” is aimed primarily at students, “to meet our unprecedented global and immediate need for access to reading and research material”. However, many authorsRead More →

With online banking and financial transactions making up a large and rapidly growing share of the total, businesses and regulators have recognized the need for a high level of trust with their customers, especially new ones, through mobile biometrics. The issues of knowing your customer online are explored in depthRead More →

When Len Vlahos and Kristen Gilligan made the heartbreaking decision earlier this week to put most of their 160 full-time and part-time employees on unpaid temporary leave, they realized they weren’t alone. “In our industry, the retailer doesn’t set the price, it’s the seller, so we’re already a low-margin business.Read More →

“Continental is committed to providing cutting-edge technology to help teachers and students succeed,” said Eric Beck, continental president. “Students, especially ELLs, are often apprehensive about taking the test because they don’t know what to expect on test day, including the format and types of questions they will be asked. OurRead More →

NEW YORK, June 26, 2019 / PRNewswire / – Taking another step forward in the accelerated pace of digital innovation and the company’s products, Mcgraw-Hill announced today that his new Mcgraw-Hill eBooks, along with a free and corresponding ReadAnywhere mobile app for smartphones and tablets, will launch this month forRead More →

What’s on your summer reading list? OpenLibrary.org is the largest online library with millions of books available for free download. It is part of the Internet Archive, creators of the Wayback Machine, which crawls and indexes billions of web pages. The non-profit organization offers thousands of titles, from classics likeRead More →

PHOTO: Shutterstock When it comes to advancing your content marketing strategy, you’ll find that white papers and eBooks are typically the “next higher level” of blog posts. EBooks and white papers share some similarities, the most obvious being that they are usually much longer than your average blog post. ButRead More →

Living in what is essentially a tiny house on wheels, I love e-books and e-book readers. They allow me to maintain a full and growing library without the space and weight savings that having shelves full of dead tree editions entails. I own over 2,000 e-books. I review e-book readersRead More →

Scribd’s The $ 8.99 / month subscription service started with e-books only. Over time, it spread to audiobooks, sheet music, documents, magazines and, as of Tuesday, newspapers. “Selected articles” from the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Guardian, as well as some archival material from the FinancialRead More →

Inside Isis Inc © FT March 8, 2016 The FT’s compelling investigation into how the self-proclaimed caliphate finances its war machine Apple United Kingdom Apple United States Amazon United Kingdom Amazon United States Kobo How the euro was saved © FT November 5, 2014 A gripping chronicle of how theRead More →

It was a script publishers would have had to fight to print. A 36-page lawsuit from the US Department of Justice this week told a conspiracy story, concocted by top industry executives over dinner at expensive New York restaurants such as Picholine and Alto. Government lawyers told a compelling storyRead More →