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Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Demand for E-books in an Academic Library – Ellen Safley, U of T at Dallas:

» Report: Academic Library eBook Usage Surging from Bill McCoy
Interesting post from The Distant Librarian (Paul Pival) summarizing a talk by Ellan Safley of Univ. Texas, Dallas. Some sound-bites: Usage is exploding--Similar to the e-journal usage 5 years ago. ... the top-circulating ebook was ‘checked out’ 47 tim... [Read More]

» Report: Academic Library eBook Usage Surging from Bill McCoy
Interesting post from The Distant Librarian (Paul Pival) summarizing a talk by Ellan Safley of Univ. Texas, Dallas. Some sound-bites: Usage is exploding--Similar to the e-journal usage 5 years ago. ... the top-circulating ebook was ‘checked out’ 47 tim... [Read More]

» Report: Academic Library eBook Usage Surging from Bill McCoy
Interesting post from The Distant Librarian (Paul Pival) summarizing a talk by Ellan Safley of Univ. Texas, Dallas. Some sound-bites: Usage is exploding--Similar to the e-journal usage 5 years ago. ... the top-circulating ebook was ‘checked out’ 47 tim... [Read More]

» Report: Academic Library eBook Usage Surging from Bill McCoy
Interesting post from The Distant Librarian (Paul Pival) summarizing a talk by Ellan Safley of Univ. Texas, Dallas. Some sound-bites: Usage is exploding--Similar to the e-journal usage 5 years ago. ... the top-circulating ebook was ‘checked out’ 47 tim... [Read More]

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