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Crap. That can’t be right. I
probably have his name
wrong, Can’t remember
I wonder if the library has
that new Mark Kurlansky
as an eBook...
eBook vendors like Overdrive or Baker and Taylor create separate “storeronts” or
microsites or library eBooks, separating them rom the rest o the collection or
making a user experience that doesn’t blend with the rest o the site.
Public library inormation retrieval and Web site design is still catching up with commercial experiences designed or discovery. Library systems oten ail when people don’t know exactly what they’re looking or.
People commonly deer to other resources or browsing and discovery and do only
known-item searching on library Web sites. But i they are already looking elsewhere
or inspiration and ease o use, why not take advantage o that?
BookServer, a project o the Internet Archive, could be used or libraries to pool
descriptive inormation about their eBook holdings and make them easily ound
across the Web. Unlike Google Books, materials aren’t centralized. Just the way you
nd them. BookServer links can include transactions like borrowing or buying.
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