Die elektronische Ausleihe - rechtliche Rahmenbedingungen für minderjährige Bibliotheksbenutzer

Katzenberger, Ruth; Kieselstein, Jana
August 2014
Bibliotheksdienst;Aug2014, Vol. 48 Issue 8/9, p674
Trade Publication
Different suppliers offer libraries the possibility of e-lending: Library users can 'borrow' e-books, e-music or e-papers. Similarly to the traditional borrowing of print media the users can now download a book for a certain loan period, place a hold on an e-book etc. The following article illustrates the problems of e-lending regarding minor users.


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