If you had top executives from 4 academic eBook aggregators in the same room, what would you ask them?Â Seriously, I need to know.Â One of the Lively Lunch sessions at the XXX Annual Charleston Conference is an open forum with academic eBook aggregators from ebrary, EBL, Ingram, and NetLibrary.Â Â I’m looking for suggestions on questions to ask these individuals.Â I’m moderating and want to make this as informative and interesting as I can! Continue reading Ask An Aggregator…. Would You?
I received the following Press Release concerning the DOD and audiobooks.Â I’m glad to see government agencies making the leap to electronic books.
Department of Defense offers downloadable audiobooks through MyiLibrary
La VERGNE, TN â€“ Ingram Content Group Inc. announced today an agreement with the US Department of Defense (DOD) to offer downloadable digital audiobooks to military service members, their dependents, and National Guard members through MyiLibraryÂ®, Ingramâ€™s market leading online e-content aggregation platform.Â Â Continue reading DOD offers audiobooks
Just posted a new interview with Patrick Moore from Ingram Digital on the interviews page. Patrick and I discussed Ingram’s audio-book program.Â One slight correction in the interview – Patrick states that Ingram is adding approximately 100 titles per day.Â The statement should have been â€œapproximately 100 titles per week.” For more information on Ingram Digital see the following:
MyiLibrary Audio Information â€“ product information – http://www.ingramlibrary.com/myilibrary
Ingram Library Services â€“ public and K-12 libraries – http://www.ingramlibrary.com
Coutts Information Services â€“ academic libraries – http://couttsinformationservices.com
Ingram Content Group – http://www.ingramcontent.com