Ebrary Shapes New Ebook Paradigm

O'Leary, Mick
April 2001
EContent;Apr2001, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p58
Trade Publication
Focuses on ebrary, a company which offers electronic books and other materials on its site for browsing and purchasing. Advantages of ebrary's shopping model over other sites; Technology used by the company for copyright protection; Description of ebrary's open access approach; Outlook of Christopher Warnock, ebrary's chief executive officer, about the prospects of the company.


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