AAP Recommends Standards To Jumpstart Market; Pilot Projects Expected To Begin Early In 2001

December 2000
Educational Marketer;12/04/2000, Vol. 31 Issue 34, p1
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Reports on the possibility that standards for identification and metadata for electronic books and their component parts in the United States could begin to be implemented in the first few months of 2001.


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