The number of ebooks continues to grow in academic libraries. Ebooks have many advantages that make them attractive as a library resource. Electronic books offer creative possibilities for expanding access as well as changing learning behavior and academic research. This book summarizes about the status of the current e-book market and technologies, and some of the experiences of academic libraries. It also highlights elements and strategies determined to be important for future academic use of e-books.
Print ISBN: 9781682507759 | 150 $ | 2022 | Hardcover
Subject: Library Science
Editor: Heuy Kim
About the editor: Heuy Kim, PhD, is an Assistant professor in the department of Library Science. He has worked for eight years as a librarian in the Dept. of Library and Information Science. He has written several papers in LIS Education in 21st Century, Internationalization of LIS Education, Technology Enabled Learning, and methodological approaches for understanding public libraries and their communities. He has keen interest in collection development strategies, cutting edge instruction and reference techniques, document delivery, and remote access.