Between the talks at the ALA Conference and the eTextbook Unconference in Champaign, e-books are coming into their own, both in terms of popularity and in workability. But which e-reader should you use for them? Further to that, how will you select an e-reader that is most compatible with your library’s collection – and how will you explain to owners of new e-readers how to work their new gadgets?
If you’d like some help navigating the world of e-readers, try the E-Reader Extravaganza, set for tomorrow in the Graduate School of Library and Information Science, in room 131. This workshop will allow librarians to get a sense of what e-readers are out there, and to try to work them on their own. This event is free, and set from 1-2 p.m. For more information, click here.