E-Books and Libraries: What's Next?

"Public Libraries at Work" Webinar Series


E-Books and Libraries: What's Next?

Tuesday, May 8, 2012
1:00 p.m. Central



The library e-book market is constantly shifting as publishers and distributers identify their e-book business models and protocols. Many library professionals are frustrated by the limitations and uncertainty the developing market presents, but there are steps you can take to bring a little more certainty to your library and forge your own e-books model. Learn about outside-of-the-box, innovative options to provide quality e-book services to your patrons during PLA's upcoming hour-long webinar, "E-Books and Libraries: What's Next?"

Instructor Jamie LaRue, director, Douglas County (Colo.) Libraries, has sidestepped the "traditional" e-book model and found viable and successful alternatives to provide e-books to the Douglas County community. Hear about models that you can replicate at your library and gain a better understanding of options available for libraries striving to offer their patrons the best e-books service possible. 




Registration Information



E-Books and Libraries: What's Next?
Tuesday, May 8, 2012, at 1:00 p.m. Central

Individual Registration
• PLA Member: $28.00
• ALA Member: $31.50
• Nonmember: $35.00

Group Registration
• Group of any size: $129.00


Deadline to register is 4:30 p.m. Central on Friday, May 4, 2012.




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