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eBooks and Libraries

  1. 1. Establishing an eReader Lending Program Sue Polanka@noshelfrequired Wright State No Shelf University Required® Libraries Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  2. 2. Libraries who Circulate Readers 5% 12% 6% Public Academic School 15% 12% 17% Public Academic SchoolSource: Library Journal Survey of eBook Penetration and Use, 2010-11 Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  3. 3. Academic Libraries Lend9080706050 A-201040 A-2011302010 0 Kindle Nook iPad SONY OtherSource: Library Journal Survey of eBook Penetration and Use, 2010-11 Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  4. 4. Public Libraries Lend8070605040 P-201030 P-20112010 0 Kindle Nook iPad SONY OtherSource: Library Journal Survey of eBook Penetration and Use, 2010-11 Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  5. 5. School Libraries Lend8070605040 S-201030 S-20112010 0 Kindle Nook iPad SONY OtherSource: Library Journal Survey of eBook Penetration and Use, 2010-11 Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  6. 6. http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2012/E-readers-and-tablets/Findings.aspx Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  7. 7. 25% of American adults own a tablet device Pew Internet Research, August 2012 Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  8. 8. 35% of Americans 16+ very likely to use a technology “petting zoo”http://libraries.pewinternet.org/2013/01/22/library-services/ Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  9. 9. Devices and Formats Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  10. 10. Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013 blog.enygmatic.com
  11. 11. Franklin Bookman 1989 Rocket Book 1998 Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  12. 12. Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  13. 13. Comparison of eReaders Wikipedia,WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013 Sue Polanka, 2012
  14. 14. How we read eBooks Tablet Computer Cell Phones eReader ComputerPew Internet & American Life Project, The Rise of E-Reading, April 5, 2012 Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  15. 15. Methods of reading eBooksDedicated eReaders Tablet Devices   E-Ink   Nook Tablet   Touch   Kindle FIRE   iPadComputers Smartphones/wi-fi   Laptops   iOS   Netbooks   Android   Desktops   Windows Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  16. 16. Pew Internet & American Life Project, The Rise of E-Reading, April 5, 2012 Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  17. 17. Pew Internet & American Life Project, The Rise of E-Reading, April 5, 2012 Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  18. 18. DjVu .djvu PDFeReader TXT/ BBeB .pdb EPUB RTF .lrf .lrx Microsoft Reader .lit eBook MobiPocket Formats .prc .mobi pdg Daisy HTML AZW KF8 Kindle Libris .lbr Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  19. 19. DjVu .djvu PDFeReader TXT/ BBeB .pdb EPUB RTF .lrf .lrx DRM Microsoft Reader .lit eBook MobiPocket Formats .prc .mobi AZW Kindle Daisy HTML WOLF Libris KF8 .wol .lbr Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  20. 20. Is there a standard?  Free/open - IDPF  Not used consistently by publishers  Used more frequently for popular materials  DRM can still be added  Sony and iPad adopted  Barnes & Noble allows  Kindle – not compatible  Kindle Fire – need epub app Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  21. 21. eReader Formats Wikipedia, 2012 Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  22. 22. Adobe Digital Editions  Adobe DRM  Free download  Registered user  Authorize user  Authorize devices Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  23. 23. Establishing an eReader Lending Program Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  24. 24. eReader Program Options  Offer downloadable content from library vendors for patron’s personal devices  In library viewing “gadget garage”  In-library reserve reading  Loan reader with content/library links  Interlibrary Loan solution  Classroom collections Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  25. 25. + Why?  Offer a new service  Try before you buy  Educational Technology Hub  Lending Content  Information on Demand  Expand homebound collections  Training purposes  Promote READING Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  26. 26. + Why? -  Offer a new service   $$$$$  Try before you buy   Is this even legal?  Educational Technology Hub   Buy same content in many formats  Lending Content   Staff time/training  Information on Demand   Walled Garden  Expand homebound collections   Different purchase workflow  Training purposes   Not in CD policies  Promote READING   Accessibility issues Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  27. 27. Legal IssuesSue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  28. 28. Legal Issues  Read the license!  Consult your legal counsel  Accessibility is a legal issue too  Vendors are creating special programs for libraries and schools Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  29. 29. Is it legal for libraries to lend devices? Go Caution Stop Content from Mary Minow, Follett Chair, Dominican University. See ONLINE magazine, Nov/DecSue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013 201 hdl.handle.net/2374.WSU/6356
  30. 30.   Device only Go  Device with content from:   Public domain   Creative commons licensed   Unrestricted content First Sale Doctrine, 17 U.S.C. Sect. 109(b)(1)(B)(i) Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  31. 31.   Device with content: Caution   In-copyright content   Purchased under a license agreement Licenses trump copyright law! Consult Legal Counsel! Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  32. 32.   Devices that are NOT accessible STOP  Devices MUST have:   Text to speech ability   Audio controlled menus Basis for most lawsuits Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  33. 33. eReader (in)AccessibilityA "Fully accessible” ebook devices meansa blind individual may access or acquire same information,engage in same transactions,and enjoy same benefits and services of the book reading deviceas a non-disabled individual with substantially equivalent ease of use Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  34. 34. Law Suits from NFB and others   Arizona State University – Kindles   US. Dept. of State – Kindles   Free Library of Philadelphia – Nooks   Settled October 2012   Purchase fully accessible mainstream devices   Sacramento Public Library – Nooks   Settled August 2012   Will not purchase any readers that are inaccessible   Will buy 18 accessible readershttp://www.ada.gov/sacramento_ca_settle.htmhttp://docs.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/pennsylvania/paedce/2:2012cv02373/461996/14/ Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  35. 35. Accessible Devices?  iPad   Nook (all versions)  iPhone   Bookeen Cybook Opus  iPod   Kindle, DX, Fire, Touch  Kindle 3 (somewhat)   Kobo  Kindle keyboard   Pocketbook (somewhat)   SONY Reader http://diagramcenter.org/research/product-matrices-complete.html Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  36. 36. iOS accessibility  Built-in accessibility features  Voice Over – objects, menu items, text read aloud  Speed of reading adjustable  Phonetics and pitch change  Read aloud keyboard characters when typing  Magnification  Compatible with braille devices  App for DAISY books http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_CNQCrowbUI Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  37. 37. Suggested Resources  Lending eReaders, Legal, ethical, practical? ONLINE magazine, Nov/Dec 2012   hdl.handle.net/2374.WSU/6356  Accessibility issues in eBooks and eBook Readers, Ken Petri,   wac.osu.edu/ebook-access-overview/  Diagram Center Product Matricies   diagramcenter.org/research/product-matrices-complete.html  NISO program on accessibility:   www.libraries.wright.edu/noshelfrequired/2012/10/19/creating- accessible-e-books-summary-of-niso-program/  List of accessible resources and audio interview with Ken Petri from the OSU Accessibility Center   www.libraries.wright.edu/noshelfrequired/2010/10/06/accessibility-and- ebooks-resources-and-an-interview/ Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  38. 38. Before you Implement…  What is your purpose?  What type of content do you want?  What is your budget?  Select device/s  Establish a workflow  Create procedures & policies  How will you assess? Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  39. 39. Managing Devices Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  40. 40. The Simple Process…  Buy Device/s  Establish account with online bookstore/s   generic  Agree to the terms of use/license  Register a credit card & email   Institution cc, generic email  Register up to 6 devices to your account  Purchase/download titles to your account  Share/sync content with your devices Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  41. 41. Budgeting  Devices – range $79 - $249  iPad $329 minimum  Covers/Cases – range $20 – 50  Content – range $1 - $20 per title  Warranty/extended care - $20 - 50 per device  Extra cords/plugs $10 – 30 Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  42. 42. 6 Nook Simple Touch 6 iPad 2, 16GB, wi-fi Devices = $480 Devices = $2400Replacement plan = $120 Replacement plan = $300 Cases = $120 Cases = $200 Cords = $60 Cords = $60 20 titles = $200 20 titles = $200 Total: $920 Total = $3160.00 Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  43. 43. Finding Content  Online stores   Amazon, Barnes & Noble, SONY Reader Store, Kobo, blio  Lending Programs   Amazon Prime, LendMe, LendingeBook, LendInk  Library Collections   OverDrive, 3M, Freading, EBSCO, ebrary, EBL, Ingram  Free Collections   Gutenberg, Internet Archive/Open Library, HathiTrust   Free collections at online bookstores   Google Books, Scribd Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  44. 44. Can I download library content to aneReader?  Web enabled mobile devices    Follett (Digital Reader App for iOS and Android devices)  Blio    Mackin (app for iOS and Android)  EBL    Scholastic (web only)  eBooks on EBSCOhost    Rosen (web only)  Ebrary   Freading   MyiLibrary   OverDrive   3M  Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  45. 45. Purchasing from Online Vendors  Must have an account  Credit card purchases  Tax exempt issues  Share titles on 6 devices   technically possible, check license  Wireless loading on most  Sideload some content  Secure the account before loan Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  46. 46. Tips for Loaning   Catalog the device/titles   Preload the device with content   Circulate in bags or boxes   Property tag each piece   1 or 2 week loans, hourly too   No bookdrop returns Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
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  49. 49. Things to Consider  Genre specific or grade level devices  Consent forms (under 18?)  Can patrons purchase titles? Request titles?  Will you remove notes/highlighting?  Will you recharge?  Will you charge fines/replacement fees? Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  50. 50. Classroom Collections  Best housed in the library for booking/borrowing  How will they support the curriculum?  Training for students and teachers  Reference materials  Lengthier loans – quarter/semester/year  How will you filter? (CIPA) Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  51. 51. eReader Device Programs Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  52. 52. OverDrive Test Drive  Devices for lending or demonstration  Library buys devices  OverDrive provides support materials  Set-up and clean-up  Patrons borrow device, use library account to borrow OverDrive content from library Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  53. 53. Supported Devices (as of 2/15/2013)  Agasio DroPad   Kobo Vox  Apple iPad   Pelican Case  Asus Eee PC   Samsung Galaxy Player  Blackberry PlayBook   Samsung Galaxy Tab 2  Google Nexus 7   Sony Reader Wi-Fi   Toshiba Thrive Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  54. 54. Set-up/Clean-up Example Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
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  56. 56. 3M eReaders   $150   Loan to patrons   Patrons select titles   Reset when returnedJohn Larson, St. Paul Public Library, Minnesota Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  57. 57. Amazon Whispercast  Centrally manage kindles  Schools or businesses  Create accounts for users  Group users  Control device settings  Distribute content  Track purchases whispercast.amazon.com Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  58. 58. Barnes and Noble Managed Digital Locker  Supports schools  Requisitions and purchase orders  Work with local B&N store to:   register devices, install accessories, download content  Three plans 1)  Fully site managed 2)  Partially corporate managed 3)  Fully corporate managed Dawn Nelson, Osseo, MN Area Schools Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  59. 59. Fully Managed Digital Locker  School library:   Have or create Institutional Account   Must sign a Term of Sale   Tax exempt number   Limited discounts – being at 25   Select first books- must purchase 1:1  B & N Corporate   Registers each device   Generates random email address – you can select those   Ex – Rush Creek - rcnook1@_______   Loads the books you have ordered Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  60. 60. Apple App Store Volume Purchase Plan  iOS apps and iBooks (some publishers)  Program manager at your school  Multiple facilitators  Purchase volume vouchers  App discounts for 20+ copies (50%)  Can sync multiple devices from one iTunes account http://www.apple.com/education/volume-purchase-program/ Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  61. 61. Marketing & Training Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  62. 62. Attracting Readers  Buy the content they want to read  Let them touch the devices  Take laptops and readers to events  Connect content and devices to curriculum  Use devices to provide reference service Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  63. 63. Making eBooks Visible  Staff  Digital Library Website  Discovery Station  Book cover posters  Shelf Tags acrl.ala.org/techconnect/?p=498  QR Codes  Guides/websites Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
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  65. 65. Training the Public  Workshops   BYOD   Stick with basics  Tutorials   Videos   Print instructions/screen shots  On demand demos   Devices at library   Dummy accounts Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  66. 66. Training Staff Content   Downloadable/view onlineWorkshops   Loan periods per vendorSmall group DevicesOne-2-one   Registering ADE orRebate programs downloading reading apps   Transferring e-content Troubleshooting   Documentation/manuals   Vendor “help” areas Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  67. 67. Recommended ReadingsSo you want to start a Kindle lending program? code4lib.org/node/426May a library loan a loaded ebook reader? blog.librarylaw.comNew ereader interactive database comes online soc.li/atch2PddNSR post: Libraries, digital lending, and eReaders bit.ly/xjrLCB Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
  68. 68. Resources  ALA Econtent -www.americanlibrariesmagazine.org/e- content  Not So Distant Future – futura.edublogs.org/  No Shelf Required – www.noshelfrequired.com  ALA TechSource blog - www.alatechsource.org/blog  LJ/SLJ ebook Summit – www.thedigitalshift.com Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013
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  71. 71. Questions? sue.polanka@ wright.edu Twitter @noshelfrequired noshelfrequired.com Sue Polanka, WSUL & No Shelf Required, February 2013

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