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What's Next For E-books In Libraries?

Posted at 8:59AM Sunday 22 Jun 2014

Here's the good news: when it comes to libraries and e-books, there's been progress. All the major publishers are now participating in the library e-book market, and there are a number of competing platform providers in the space. The big question now is, can the library e-book experience meet users' expectations?

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