By denying libraries access to E-Books or making them cost prohibitive publishers have ushered in a major change to public policy - a policy that should be fully examined and considered by policy makers and the public at large.
ULC offers an E-Books Briefing Paper and a one-page summary on the issues. Created in collaboration with ULC's E-Books Steering Committee and The Hatcher Group, a Washington, DC, communications firm, these documents can be used as resources to educate local, national and civic leaders in your community.
Listen to the Podcast >> (30-Minute ULC E-Books Issue Briefing from May 3, 2013 - no login needed)
Please contact the ULC office, 202.750.8650, if you would like additional materials or have questions.