“Last year, NYPL e-book readership increased 168 percent—and we look forward to continuing meet patrons growing, and changing needs.” —NYPL President Tony Marx on the e-book lending program Simon & Schuster is test-driving with New York libraries. In addition to checking out titles, patrons will be able to buy directly, with libraries taking a cut.For more of this morning’s round up, click here.

“Last year, NYPL e-book readership increased 168 percent—and we look forward to continuing meet patrons growing, and changing needs.” 

NYPL President Tony Marx on the e-book lending program Simon & Schuster is test-driving with New York libraries. In addition to checking out titles, patrons will be able to buy directly, with libraries taking a cut.

For more of this morning’s round up, click here.

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