Articles for ‘eBooks’

The 3 Things Every Online Storefront Must Have

Published by Matt Larson

Having an online storefront is a great way for your association to offer content for sale and increase your non-dues revenue. In fact, you may currently have an e-commerce site

3 Ways to Protect Your Online Content [Infographic]

Published by Gina Wentling

Deep Reading Riddle: Which is Best—Paper Books or eBooks?

Published by Gina Wentling

In an article for Wired, Brandon Keim explores the question of deep reading comprehension and which tool, given all the new options now available to readers, is most effective

Is Your Bookshelf Half-Full, or Completely Empty?

Published by Gina Wentling

In San Antonio, they’ve opened a new library… with no books. In October, the Bexar County Digital Library, a.k.a. Bibliotech, became the first public library to go bookless. The city

Publishing, 40,000 BC – 2011

Published by Gina Wentling

This fascinating infographic from Finvy.com highlights changes in publishing across history. Notice all the changes in just the past 30 years. Can you imagine what the next 30 hold? Is

Printed Books & eBooks: Happy Together

Published by Gina Wentling

In Josh Catone’s article, “Why Printed Books Will Never Die,” a case is made for the books we grew up reading. Whether you’re a fan of historical fiction, sci-fi, or

Build Your Digital Library: Videos, Training Materials, eBooks, Journals

Published by Gina Wentling

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