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No Shelf Required 2: Use and Management of Electronic Books Paperback – December 30, 2011

ISBN-13: 978-0838911457 ISBN-10: 0838911455 Edition: 1st

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In the follow-up to her 2010 volume of the same name, Polanka—who runs the blog No Shelf Required and is a columnist for Booklist on e-book topics—has once again gathered an impressive group of librarians, educators, and other experts to contribute essays covering present issues and future plans for e-books in libraries. E-books create challenges and opportunities for libraries, and the 16 essays in this book cover the spectrum. Sarah Twill, a professor of social work at Wright State University (OH), looks at the impact of household circumstances on the use of e-books and the relevant implications for libraries, while librarian Alice Crosetto discusses weeding electronic collections. Publishers’ views are included as well. Anyone interested in the discussion of e-books in libraries will be well served by this volume. --Rebecca Vnuk

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"...an essential addition to any library manager's toolbox and would be a great enhancer of knowledge for those who are becoming experts in the field or who are already experts in the field but require extension. NSR2 also belongs in any international library that has made provision for areas of needed action within the disruptive technologies field, such as those presented by the e-reading phenomenon." -- The Electronic Library "For any library manager, librarian, or library student wishing to stay well-informed on a healthy variety of e-book concerns, this book offers an excellent collection of straightforward, practical recommendations. The breadth of topics covered, as well as the candid tone set throughout, makes this an ideal choice for a library staff book club or a library school textbook." -- Library Management "In the follow-up to her 2010 volume of the same name, Polanka...has once again gathered an impressive group of librarians, educators, and other experts to contribute essays covering present issues and future plans for e-books in libraries ... Anyone interested in the discussion of e-books in libraries will be well served by this volume." --Booklist

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