Elektronische Bücher in der Diskussion. Bericht vom 2. Bremer E-Book-Tag, 17.-18.1.2008

Kirchgäßner, Adalbert
March 2008
Bibliotheksdienst;mar2008, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p278
Trade Publication
This article reports on the second E-Book day, which took place in January 2008 in Bremen, Germany. The topic of the conference was electronic books, and both customers and business developers were at the conference. The problems with E-Books and licensing were discussed. Lecturers included Branka Felba, Olivier Diesnis and Mark Carden.


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