Probably more than any technology, digital formats have changed the nature of libraries, expanding opportunities for technology advancements and affecting user behaviors. Many lessons have been learned with how eBooks are acquired, licensed by libraries and used worldwide. Libraries are shifting their focus on collections and management, becoming more aware of their community’s mobility, opportunity to read and seek information from many locales, modes and devices. A known and growing commodity, eBooks will only increase their presence and availability.
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Gelfand, Julia; Mackinder, Lisa; Ricords, Jackie; Morris, Jill; and Garskof, Jeremy, "eBooks Speed Dating: Who’s in the Driver Seat Going Forward?" (2017). All Musselman Library Staff Works. 77.