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Nevada Treasurer Dan Schwartz suggested on Friday that payday lenders be strategically located in low-income neighborhoods and near military bases to target those communities. But payday business owners have fought back, challenging how their clients are characterized. “They are hard working men and women, they have jobs, their average incomeRead More →

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SPRING HILL – Mayor Rick Graham is seeking the city to join other Midstate communities in limiting the number of alternative financial institutions seeking to locate within its boundaries. Alternative financial institutions are considered to be unlicensed financial institutions that provide short-term loans to high-risk clients through various products suchRead More →

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[ad_1] 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 LibraryRead More →

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MIDDLETOWN, CT – Choice has announced the release of the seventh in a series of white papers designed to provide actionable insights on topics important to the academic library community. The article, “Ebook Collection Development in Academic Libraries: Examining Preference, Management and Purchasing Patterns,” aims to provide libraries with practicalRead More →

[ad_1] Over the past month my friend Anupam Gupta and I have spoken in several webinars about our new book The Victory project: six steps to reach maximum potential. During these interactions, the question we were asked the most often is “Which books made you write your last book?” “.Read More →

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Photo: Mario Aguilar (Gizmodo) With schools and libraries closed, essential sources of education and entertainment have been cut off. That’s why, in March, the Internet Archive began digitizing books and offering them for free without restrictions as part of its National Emergencies Library Program. The nation’s largest publishers are nowRead More →

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[ad_1] 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, manyRead 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 →

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The Libby app and website gives you access to free eBooks, audiobooks, streaming videos, downloadable magazines, learning databases and more! Download Libby to your smart device through your app store or visit our Libby digital collection to access these fantastic resources. Sign up for Libby, select Salem as your personalRead More →

[ad_1] 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 monthRead More →

What’s on your summer reading list? 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 →

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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 →