Category Archive: downloadable audio

Jun 05

Blog June 2013 – Day 5 – this comes with this

Its interesting the consequences of something new that you don’t expect. Whilst sorting out statistics today, I had occasion to investigate how our new downloadable e-books were going.  We were very happy with the amount of titles already downloaded in just a few days, and only on the basis of a soft launch – online …

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Jun 11

Insight into Victorian Public Library Experience with Downloadables

Its Day 11 of the 30 blog posts in 30 days challenge and as promised, here’s my notes from yesterday’s seminar. Insight into Victorian Public Library Experience with Downloadables – Thursday 10th June 2010 101m-4pm Kenneth Harris – Port Phillip Library They have recently implemented Wave Sound eaudio downloads. Not many choices in terms of …

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Jun 10

A quick insight into the e-audio market

Its Day 10 of the 30 blog posts in 30 days challenge and today I attended a seminar on downloadables. Organised by the ICT Special Interest Group of the Public Libraries Victoria Network (of which I am a part), it was intended to show ICT staff what Collections librarians will be asking them to implement …

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Apr 13

Darien Library 1 – Study tour 2007

So here I am now in New England (sounds so romantic) at Darien Library. Check out the photos I have on Flickr about their current building. They have just broken ground for a new library building, which will be similar to the new Princeton Library with 3 levels, but not quite as big. The inspired …

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Apr 11

Princeton Public Library 1 – Study Tour 2007

This is my first study tour blog post and in the interests of readability, I will break down the entries so that they don’t end up being too long. This is only a representation of what I discover, to blog it all would be more like a book than a blog post! My first stop …

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