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  1. The eBookRevolution

    Beverley Shirley Danielle Cunniff Plumer Russlene Waukechon Texas Library Association Strategic Initiatives Webinar January 18, 2010
  2. Texas Library Association presentsThe eBook Revolution To hear the audio part of the webinar, be sure to dial our toll-free conference call at866-740-1260 When asked, key in your access code: 4146650 For technical help, contact ReadyTalk support at 800-843-9166
  3. Information for later CE certificates may be printed from the TLA CE web site tomorrow: www.txla.org/ce. A free recording of this webinar will be available next Monday, Jan. 24, on the same web site.
  4. Helpful Tips To minimize background noise, please mute your phone line by pressing *6. You may “unmute” your line by pressing *7. Please note the “Raise Hand” button on your screen – or you can type questions via the chat box.
  5. Also Twitter hash tag will be #TLAweb. Everyone will receive an evaluation survey immediately after the webinar.
  6. Beverley Shirley Danielle Plumer Russlene Waukechon
  7. The eBookRevolution

    Beverley Shirley Danielle Cunniff Plumer Russlene Waukechon Texas Library Association Strategic Initiatives Webinar January 18, 2010
  8. Quick Survey How many of you attending today are: Academic Librarians? Public Librarians? K-12 Librarians? Library school students? Other?
  9. Quick Survey Where are you from? North Texas South Texas East Texas West Texas Central Texas Outside Texas
  10. Quick Survey Do you own an eBook Reader? No, I wouldn’t be caught dead with one No, but I could be persuaded Yes, although I don’t use it much Yes, and I read eBooks occasionally Yes, I’m a total convert
  11. Today’s Agenda eBook Basics Devices, Formats, DRM eBooks in Libraries Licenses and Lending eBook Budget Making budgeting decisions Opportunities Additional Resources: https://sites.google.com/site/dcplumer/ebooks
  12. Why eBooks? Accessible Cost-effective
  13. Why eBooks? Accessible Cost-effective
  14. eBooks and Libraries http://www.cosla.org/documents/COSLA2270_Report_Final1.pdf
  15. From Book to eBook
  16. From Book to eBook
  17. From Book to eBook
  18. From Book to eBook
  19. From Book to eBook
  20. eBook Basics Devices Formats DRM
  21. eBook Basics Kindle (Amazon.com) Nook (Barnes & Noble) Reader (Sony) iPad (Apple) Devices Formats DRM
  22. eBook Displays E Ink LCD
  23. Non-Dedicated Readers Mobile Apps ComputerApplications
  24. Non-Dedicated Readers Mobile Apps ComputerApplications
  25. Non-Dedicated Readers Mobile Apps ComputerApplications
  26. Non-Dedicated Readers Mobile Apps ComputerApplications
  27. eBook Reader Applications *eBook conversion and management software for advanced users
  28. eBook Basics Devices Formats DRM Text HTML PDF Reflowable EPUB AZW/MOBI Kindle Only
  29. eBook Reader Formats *Some models +Depending on DRM used
  30. eBook Provider Formats Most “traditional” library providers make content available only through a Web interface; some make downloadable PDFs available. +requires Adobe Digital Editions *Some models
  31. eBook Basics Devices Formats DRM Digital Rights Management Adobe Content Server ePubs (Nook, OverDrive & Sony*) and PDFs Apple Fairplay ePubs (iBooks) Amazon Mobipocket Kindle eBooks *The Nook can unlock most Sony EPUB files, but the Sony Reader cannot open Nook files due to firmware issues.
  32. Find eBook Buy Device (must be compatible with content provider) Register Device (link to a specific account for content provider) Download eBook (DRM must be unlocked) Read eBook (DRM must be unlocked)
  33. Providing eBooks Licensing Statistics Purchasing
  34. Providing eBooks Licensing Statistics Purchasing eBooks Devices
  35. Kindle License
  36. Providing eBooks Licensing Statistics Purchasing eBooks Devices
  37. Providing eBooks Licensing Statistics Purchasing eBooks Devices
  38. Acquisition Questions Where do you buy ebooks? What ebooks are you going to provide for your patrons? PDA? Separate ebook catalogue? Integrated MARC records?
  39. eBook Budget Type of e-book Collection decisions Access Opportunities
  40. eBook Budget Textbook (out-of-scope) Scholarly Popular Type of e-book Collection decisions Access Opportunities
  41. Type of eBook Scholarly Popular
  42. eBook Budget Type of e-book Collection decisions Access Opportunities Relationship to print collection Device dependent or device independent Ownership or lease
  43. eBook Budget Photo: Texas State Library & Archives Commission Photo: goXunu Reviews
  44. eBook Budget Photo by Vali
  45. eBook Budget Type of e-book Collection decisions Access Opportunities Simultaneous Use Single Use Unlimited Use Access Points Separate database Library Catalog WorldCat Federated or Discovery tool
  46. Costs
  47. eBook Budget Type of e-book Collection decisions Access Opportunities PDA Collaboration Shared collection Shared collection development Cataloging assistance Discounted prices Negotiating licenses
  48. Consortia
  49. Closing Survey What should TexShare be doing? Offer more eBook options in TexSelect Provide MARC records for free eBooks Develop new statewide and/or regional eBook consortia Work with publishers and aggregators to improve library options Other: Give us your suggestions!
  50. Questions Please send us your questions! Beverley Shirley, Director, Library Resource Sharing bshirley@tsl.state.tx.us Russlene Waukechon, TexShare Database Coordinator rwaukchn@tsl.state.tx.us Danielle Cunniff Plumer, Coordinator, Texas Heritage Online dplumer@tsl.state.tx.us
  51. The eBookRevolution

    Beverley Shirley Danielle Cunniff Plumer Russlene Waukechon Texas Library Association Strategic Initiatives Webinar January 18, 2010
  52. Brought to you by… Beverley Shirley, Danielle Plumer, and Russlene Waukechon Texas Library Association Nan Ellis, Registration Coordinator Gloria Meraz, Director of Communication Ileah Salazar, Meetings & Membership Associate Patricia Smith, Executive Director Ted Wanner, Continuing Education Specialist Special Thanks to ReadyTalk.com
  53. Please remember… Continuing Education Certificates may be printed tomorrow on the TLA CE web site: www.txla.org/ce Recordings will be available next Monday at the same web site. Please complete the evaluation survey following the webinar
  54. For more information For more information: Ted Wanner TLA Continuing Education Specialist tedw@txla.org 512-328-1518 / 800-580-2852