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netLibrary Launches eBook Tool Kit, Makes Library Integration More Accessible

netLibrary (http://www.netlibrary.com) has announced that all of its library customers will have access to the newly created eBook Tool Kit, a comprehensive Web-based resource that features a host of integration, marketing, and promotional tools designed specifically for and by libraries. The eBook Tool Kit encompasses topics such as how to successfully integrate e-books into the library's OPAC; how to increase usage; and how to develop and implement e-book marketing and PR programs, promotions, or special events. It also serves as a ready training tool that libraries can use with both staff and patrons to familiarize them with the advantages of e-books.

netLibrary also announced that it will begin licensing a new specification for library automation system vendors that will allow them to provide direct links from their online public access catalogs to the preview and checkout functions for netLibrary eBooks. A direct link to the My eBooks bookshelf, where library patrons can access previously checked-out e-books, will also be available with this new specification.

Source: netLibrary



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