June 20, 2017

David Shumaker, clinical associate professor, library science, published an article on print books v. ebooks in Information Today.

 

For more than a decade, print books and ebooks have been locked in a fierce competition for the attention of the reading public, market share in the publishing business, and the hearts of librarians and their patrons. A few years ago, there was talk that the disruptive digital upstarts would put print out of business. But times change. A roundup of recent news and data shows that print is still going strong and provides a few hints about how marketplace developments and librarians’ collection development plans are evolving. ...

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