Some reading on e-books

In April I presented at the ASLA Tasmania eBook conference  Here is the slide-share.

Judith Way on her blog presented  an overview of the day’s proceedings  for school libraries interested in eBooks.

I also thought that I might share my reading for the presentation.

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Cisco 2013, ‘Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Update, 2012–2017’ Cisco Visual Networking Index, Cisco. Available:

Ranie, Lee and Duggan, Maeve 2012 ‘E-book Reading Jumps; Print Book Reading Declines’,  (27 December 2012)

ALIA 2013 ‘E-books and e-Lending issues paper’,

Crozier Ry 2013 ‘NSW pushes eBooks, BYOD for public schools’ ITNews,,nsw-pushes-ebooks-byod-for-public-schools.aspx

Valenza Joyce 2013  ‘My personal e-book  journey and the EBSCO e-book academic

Butler Ann 2013 ‘Libraries stuck in digital divide’,

Vinjamur, David 2012 ‘The wrong war over e-books Publishers v Libraries’

Bacon, Beth 2013  ‘E-books are actually not books—schools among first to realize’

Coker, Mark 2013 ‘Libraries to Become Community Publishing Portals’   (28 March 2013)

Civic agenda for IFLA 2012 ‘Libraries, e-Lending and the Future of Public Access to Digital Content’