Canadian libraries bind together to fight for better e-book accessibility

“With how people physically read literature turning onto its next chapter through the use of e-readers, library institutions across the country are pushing publishing companies and vendors to follow suit. Under the Canadian Urban Libraries Council (CULC) banner, establishments from Halifax to Vancouver — including the London Public Library (LPL) — have bound together over a couple of major challenges, the first being a number of major publishers are not selling e-books to libraries.”

via London Community News

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