Writings about e-book
Albanese, Andrew Richard
(2006) The Social Life Of Books: Write, read, blog, rip, share any good
books lately? A conversation with Ben Vershbow. LibraryJournal.com
(15th May 2006). Available at http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA6332156.html
AL-Wreikat, Asma (2006) An
investigation of the promotion of e-books in UK academic libraries
[M.Sc.Econ. Thesis]. Aberystwyth: University of Wales.
Anuradha, K.T. and Usha,
H.S. (2006) E-books access models: an analytical comparative study. The
Electronic Library 24 (5): 662-679.
Anuradha, K.T. and Usha,
H.S. (2006) Use of e-books in an academic and research environment: A
case study from the Indian Institute of Science. Program
40 (1): 48-62.
Lonsdale, Ray and Nicholas, Dave (2006) SuperBook: Planning for the
e-book revolution. Library + Information Update 5
Ball, David (2006)
Innovative models for procuring e-books. Serials
19 (1): 28-31.
Bailey, Timothy P. (2006)
Electronic Book Usage at a Master’s Level I University: A Longitudinal
Study. The Journal of Academic Librarianship 22
(January 2006): 52–59.
Bearman, David (2006)
Jean-NoŽl Jeanneney's Critique of Google: Private Sector Book
Digitization and Digital Library Policy. D-Lib Magazine
12 (12). Available at http://www.dlib.org/dlib/december06/bearman/12bearman.html
Beckett, Helen (2006)
Preserving our Digital Heritage. ComputerWeekly.com
31st January 2006. Available at http://www.computerweekly.co.uk/Articles/2006/
Bennett, Linda (2006)
Infinite riches in a little room: how can we manage, market and
modernize the e-books phenomenon? Serials 19 (1):
Bennett, Linda (2006) E-Book
Platforms and Aggregators: an evaluation of available options for
publishers. London: The Association of Learned and
Professional Society Publishers.
Bhatt, Jay (2006) Science
and Technology Libraries Partnering with Knovel. Science
& Technology Libraries 26 (3/4): 13-28.
Blummer, Barbara (2006)
Opportunities for Libraries with Print-on-Demand Publishing. Journal
of Access Services 3 (2): 41-54.
Cole, George (2006) Will
the eBook finally replace paper? Guardian Unlimited 5th October 2006.
Available at http://technology.guardian.co.uk/weekly/story/0,,1887261,00.html
Coyle, Karen (2006) Rights
in the PREMIS Data Model: A Report for the Library of Congress. Washington,
DC: Library of Congress, 2006. Available at http://www.loc.gov/standards/premis/Rights-in-the-PREMIS-Data-
First Look: Sony Reader
(2006) Consumer Reports.org (November 2006)
Available at http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/electronics-
Scholarship: [Interview wth Robert Stein] (2006) The
Chronicle of Higher Education 26th July 2006. Available at http://chronicle.com/colloquy/2006/07/ebook/
Crawford, Walt (2006)
Books, Bookstores and Ebooks. Cites & Insights:
Crawford at Large 6 (12). Available at http://citesandinsights.info/v6i12b.htm
Crawford, Walt (2006)
AutoBlooks: I guess I just don’t understand. Walt at Random
[blog] (07/12/2006) Available at http://walt.lishost.org/?p=434
Derbyshire, David (2006)
Electronic book opens new chapter for readers. Telegraph.co.uk
(28/09/2006) Available at http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml
Getting Out Of A Bind. BusinessWeek
Online. Available at http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/content/
The Higher Education
Consultancy Group (2006) A Feasibility Study on the Acquisition of
e-Books by HE Libraries and the Role of JISC. London: JISC (October).
Available at: http://www.jisc-collections.ac.uk
Holder, Warren (2006)
E-books - reinventing the wheel? Serials 19 (1):
Publishing Forum (2006) E-books user survey 2006. Available
Jaschik, Scott (2006) New
Model for Scholarly Publishing. Inside Higher Ed.
(14/07/2006). Available at http://insidehighered.com/news/2006/07/14/rice
Jensen, Michael Jon (2006)
Evolution, Intelligent Design, Climate Change,
and the Scholarly Ecosystem. Keynote paper at the Illinois
Association of College and Research Libraries Biannual Meeting,
Bloomington/Normal, IL, March 30, 2006. Available at http://www.nap.edu/staff/mjensen/iacrl/index.html
Johnson, Bobbie (2006)
Will we all be switching to ebooks? Guardian Unlimited
(6th April 2006) Available at http://technology.guardian.co.uk/weekly/story/0,,1747329,00.html
Kelly, Kevin (2006) Scan
this Book!The New York Times 14th May 2006.
McBride, Kelly (2006)
EBooks take load off students' backs, wallets. Greenbaypress.com
11th January 2006. Available at http://www.greenbaypressgazette.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/
MacCall, Steven L. (2006)
Online medical books: their availability and an assessment of how
health sciences libraries provide access on their public Websites. Journal
of the Medical Library Association 94 (1): 75-80.
McClelland, Robert J. and
Hawkins, Nick(2006) Perspectives on the use and development of a broad
range of e-books in higher education and their use in supporting
virtual learning environments. The Electronic Library 24
McCrum, Robert (2006)
E-read all about it. Observer Review 15th January 2006. Available at http://observer.guardian.co.uk/review/story/0,,1686600,00.html
Maiello, Michael and
Noer, Michael (eds.) (2006) Books [Collected essays].
1st December 2006. Available at http://www.forbes.com/
Mills, Elinor (2006)
E-books: Has your time come? CNET news.com (5th
April 2006). Available at http://news.com.com/E-books,
Pace, Andrew K. (2006) Good
E-Books Done Well. [Weblog entry] (12/07/06). Available at http://blogs.ala.org/pace.php?title=good_e_books_done_well&
Pogue, David (2006) Trying
Again to Make Books Obsolete. The New York Times (12
October 2006). Available at http://www.nytimes.com/2006/10/12/technology/12pogue.html
Rogers, M. (2006), E-books
struggling to find a niche. Library Journal (15
June): pp. 25-6.
Rosen, Judith (2006) The
Espresso Machine Debuts. PublishersWeekly.com
(26/06/2006) Available at http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6346866.html?
Rothman, David (2006) TeleRead:
Bring the E-Books Home. [Blog entry] (24/11/2006) Available
Safley, Ellen (2006)
Demand for E-books in an Academic Library. Journal of Library
Administration 45 (3/4): 445-457.
Sharp, Steve (2006)
E-book: the new serial? Serials 19 (1): 8-9.
Shepherd, Peter T. (2006)
The COUNTER Code of Practice for books and reference works. Serials
19 (1): 23-27.
Shreeve, Jimmy Lee (2006)
Modern fiction: the best e-book sites. The Independent
Online Edition. (27th Sept. 2006) Available at: http://news.independent.co.uk/world/science_technology/
Teachout, Terry (2006) A
Hundred Books in Your Pocket: The e-book will transform reading -- and
writing. The Wall Street Journal Online 21st
Thomas, Kim (2006) E-book
popularity at UK universities gathers pace. Information
World Review (13th Dec. 2006) Available at: http://www.iwr.co.uk/information-world-review/news/2170810/book-
Thompson, Bob (2006)
Explosive Words: At BookExpo America, Publishing's Digital Wave Crashes
Against a Literary Pillar. Washingtonpost.com
(22nd May 2006). Available at http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/
Tonkery, Dan (2006)
E-books come of age with their readers. Research Information
(August/September 2006). Available at http://www.researchinformation.info/riaugsep06ebooks.html
Wallace, Randy (2006)
Safari Tech Books Online as Supplementary Reserve Materials. Science
& Technology Libraries 26 (3/4): 7-11.
Whalley, Brian (2006)
e-Books for the Future: Here But Hiding? Ariadne
49 31st October 2006. Available at http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue49/whalley/
Wheatcroft, Andrew (2006)
20/20 vision? E-books in practice and theory. Serials
19 (1): 10-14.
Williams, Karen Carter and
Best, Rickey (2006) E-Book usage and the Choice outstanding academic
book list: Is there a correlation? The Journal of Academic
Librarianship 32 (5): 474-478.
Wyatt, Edward (2006) The
Bottom Line on E-Textbooks. The New York Times
23rd April 2006.
Young, Jeffrey R. (2006)
Book 2.0: Scholars turn monographs into digital conversations. The
Chronicle of Higher Education 28th July 2006. Available at http://chronicle.com/free/v52/i47/47a02001.htm