DASH eBooks

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Recent Submissions

  • Unknown author (Valdosta State College - Odum Library, 2014-03-31)
  • La Counte, Scott (American Library Association, 2012)
    t here are more than one hundred thousand mobile apps for the iPhone, andAndroid is quickly catching up to that number. Universities have apps, sportsteams have apps, authors have apps—everyone seems to be in the app market, ...
  • National Association Of Schools Of Music (National Association Of Schools Of Music, 2013-01-24)
    The National Association of Schools of Music was founded in 1924 for the purpose of securing a better understanding among institutions of higher education engaged in work in music; of establishing a more uniform method of ...
  • NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS OF MUSIC (NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS OF MUSIC, 2012-01-25)
    The National Association of Schools of Music was founded in 1924 for the purpose of securing a better understanding among institutions of higher education engaged in work in music; of establishing a more uniform method of ...
  • Unknown author (Primary Research Group, 2012)
    Libraries in the sample spent a mean of $1,113,292 on content licensed in electronic and combined electronic/print format in 2011 . Spending on this content will increase by approximately 2.6% in 2012, to a mean of $1,142,289, ...
  • McKendrick, Joseph (Unisphere Research, 2012-04)
    The economy may be healing, and more funds are flowing to North America’s public libraries. However, libraries continue to feel the sting of cutbacks and budget shortfalls. In addition, the historic shift to digital libraries ...
  • McKendrick, Joseph (Unisphere Research, 2012-04)
    Over the past year, the budget ax has hit many of North America’s special, corporate, foundation, professional and government agency libraries hard. While many of these libraries are seeing funding stabilize, they are still ...
  • Unknown author (Unisphere Research, 2012-04)
    The economy may be healing, and more funds are flowing to North America’s public libraries. However, libraries continue to feel the sting of cutbacks and budget shortfalls. In addition, the historic shift to digital libraries ...
  • McKendrick, Joseph (Unisphere Research, 2012-04)
    Faced with tight or stagnant budgets, academic libraries are re-assessing and shifting their roles within North America’s universities, colleges, and technical schools. Many patrons of today's academic libraries are students ...
  • Bryson, Tim; Posner, Miriam; Pierre, Alain St.; Varner, Stewart (Association of Research Libraries, 2011-11)
    The ARL escience survey in 2009 confirmed how profoundly and quickly technology has transformed research in the sciences. Research in the humanities is being transformed as well. Digital humanities is an emerging field ...
  • Unknown author (Library Journal, 2011)
    Ebooks have been on the upswing for the past two years, but libraries really began to see a spike in the last year. In fact, many respondents to our second annual Library Journal Survey of Ebook Use in U.S. Public Libraries ...
  • Unknown author (Library Journal, 2011)
    Almost all academic libraries are now offering ebooks, and demand for them is on the rise. A full 95% of the 488 respondents to our second annual survey currently offer ebooks to users, inching up one percentage point ...
  • McKendrick, Joseph (Unisphere Research, 2011-04)
    Special and corporate libraries hold a unique position in the library management world, as they cater to advancing specialized knowledge and opportunities for specific constituencies, and may rely on single sources of ...
  • McKendrick, Joseph (Unisphere Research, 2011-04)
    Public libraries—which rely on funding from cash-strapped local municipalities or counties—have been particularly susceptible to the recent economic downturn. Many have been forced to cut offerings and freeze staff salaries ...
  • McKendrick, Joseph (Unispear Research, 2011-04)
    Academic libraries—typically shielded from economic disturbances by the institutions they serve—have not been immune to the double-barreled crisis sweeping the library world. Many academic libraries are running on tight ...