3rd Annual Ebook Summit
Archive pricing starting at $19.95 for print subscribers





Gale Cengage
Baker & Taylor
Axis 360
Random House

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The Digital Shift: Libraries, Ebooks and Beyond
A Library Journal/School Library Journal Online Event

Wednesday, October 17, 2012
10:00 am-5:00 pm EDT

In 2011, librarians responded with “applause applause applause applause,” saying they were “bursting to discuss new ideas and initiatives inspired by the ebook summit.” This year, we take you beyond ebooks…

Library Journal and School Library Journal invite you to join us for our 3rd annual Ebook Summit, exploring how libraries are navigating the transition from print to digital and integrating “e” into collections, catalogs and classrooms.

The Digital Shift: Libraries, Ebooks and Beyond brings together many of the foremost practitioners in ebooks and libraries to examine the current state of the digital library.

With a full day of programming, including tracks designed specifically for public, academic and school libraries, professionals from administrative to administrators will find a wealth of new information, innovative ideas and best practices to put to use in their own libraries.

Featuring Keynote Speaker:

Andrew Blum Andrew Blum
Andrew Blum, Author of Tubes: A Journey to the Center of the Internet, and contributor to numerous publications including Wired, the New York Times, The New Yorker, The Atlantic and Popular Science. andrewblum.net


The Program will feature:

Our online event brings a leading national library conference right to your computer or mobile device. Your attendance on October 17th gives you the first look at this exciting line-up of presenters and programs. You’ll have the chance to network with librarians from across the globe and cutting edge library vendors, and be entered to win some great prizes and give-aways!

Plus, registration includes 3 months of access to the event archives, including the presentations, information and handouts from the show.

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