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Future of digital_publishing_talk


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Talk on Digital Publishing given at TLA District 10 Fall Meeting.

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Future of digital_publishing_talk

  1. 1. The Future of DigitalPublishing...for Libraries
  2. 2. Who is in control?... and are we even in the game?
  3. 3. DRMaka: the customer is always wrong
  4. 4. eBook User’s Bill of RightsSarah Houghton-Jan and Andy Woodworth
  5. 5. Every eBook user should have the following rights: • the right to use eBooks under guidelines that favor access over proprietary limitations • the right to access eBooks on any technological platform, including the hardware and software the user chooses • the right to annotate, quote passages, print, and share eBook content within the spirit of fair use and copyright • the right of the first-sale doctrine extended to digital content, allowing the eBook owner the right to retain, archive, share, and re-sell purchased eBookseBook User’s Bill of RightsSarah Houghton-Jan and Andy Woodworth
  6. 6. Ur doin it Wrongbut at least you’re in the game
  7. 7. OverDrive on KindlesFinally! Wait...
  8. 8. Risk leads to Innovation
  9. 9. Douglas CountyDIY Library eBook Lending
  10. 10. DPLA: dp.laTogether we’re better.
  11. 11. What (else) does the future hold?
  12. 12. SourcesUnshelveds new shirt Kindle Cost"Libraries are Screwed" Author turns to self- publishing"The Customer is alwayswrong" KS State Vs. ODriveeBook Users Bill of 3M new readerRightsSay no to Freegal
  13. 13. Blogs to watchAgnostic, maybeThe Digital Reader/Librarian in BlackOverDriveDiditestblogHellman
  14. 14. Image Credits
  15. 15. Thanks!Get this presentation on My TxLA, under District 10Resources!