Research Information talks about e-books at Online Information

Research Information editor Sian Harris spoke about 'Trends in e-books for research' in a seminar at the recent Online Information event in London.

Issues discussed included devices, formats, digitisation, preservation and digital rights management, as well as predictions for the future and some of the e-book plans for 2011 shared by scholarly publishers at the meeting.

Click here to see her slides from the talk.

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