Category Archives: eBooks

eBook resources

You may already know that you can download eBooks and eAudio Books at no cost from the CLAMS Digital Downloads site with your CLAMS library card.  There are other great resources too right here in Massachusetts.
Massachusetts Libraries – eBooks for Everyone.

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What’s OverDrive Listen?

OverDrive ListenNever wait for audiobooks to download again. Enjoy them right in your browser with OverDrive Listen. Continue reading

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How To Spotlight: Load Up with eBooks & eAudios

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Downloadable eBooks, eAudiobooks, Music, and Videos are available to all CLAMS library network card holders. Continue reading

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eBook, eAudio users

Do you use the CLAMS Digital Downloads service?  Now you may renew eBooks and eAudios if there is no waiting list on the title. How to renew digital titles.

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Libraries and eBooks

This recent article from boston.com discusses eBooks and Libraries.
Why It’s Difficult for Your Library to lend Ebooks.

 

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Cape & Islands digital titles

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Check out the new Cape & Islands featured list on the CLAMS Digital Downloads website.  It’s a mix of eBooks and eAudios, fiction and non-fiction.

 

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Hero of popular book “Unbroken” passes away

unbroken“Louis Zamperini, an Olympic distance runner and World War II veteran who survived 47 days on a raft in the Pacific after his bomber crashed, then endured two years in Japanese prison camps, has died. He was 97.”

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Find Unbroken : a World War II story of survival, resilience, and redemption by Laura Hillenbrand. in the CLAMS catalog.
CLAMS also has the eBook and eAudio.

 

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Try Out Book Club Favorites in e-Formats

 

Book Club Favorites available as eBook & eAudios

Book Club Favorites available as eBooks & eAudios

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Top eBooks 2013

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Top eBooks 2013

Did you miss any of these top eBooks? http://bit.ly/RIPQEo

 

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Public libraries & the community

From Library Services in the Digital Age, a report released on January 22, 2013  by the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project:
“The internet has already had a major impact on how people find and access information, and now the rising popularity of e-books is helping transform Americans’ reading habits. In this changing landscape, public libraries are trying to adjust their services to these new realities while still serving the needs of
patrons who rely on more traditional resources. In a new survey of Americans’ attitudes and expectations for public libraries, the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project finds that many library patrons are eager to see libraries’ digital services expand, yet also feel that print books
remain important in the digital age.”
Related articles
Takeaways from the Pew Research study on libraries
ALA President welcomes new Pew report on ‘Library Services in the Digital Age’

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