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  • We did see a huge uptick in new users and use of our e-books, said Linda Raymond, the library's materials management manager.

    E-books are a hot story at libraries

  • I was amiably told that I could only find them in the library's Harlem branch, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.

    A Protean Chronicler of Racial Puzzles

  • She said the program would allow her to spend her limited budget on building the library's collection, rather than on curriculum texts that often change.

    Library Links to Schools

  • The move, he said, would be a natural extension of the library's mission to get people to "read more and think more."

    E-Readers on Checkout

  • New York Public Library spokeswoman Angela Montefinise said the library's portion of the pilot cost $1 million and was funded through philanthropic grants.

    Library Links to Schools

  • Lending out e-readers as well as e-books is a logical step in maintaining the library's core mission, Mr. Marx said.

    E-Readers on Checkout

  • Of the library's 53 million holdings, just 76,292 are in e-books.

    E-Readers on Checkout

  • Disguised as a scholar in an "ill-fitting suit and a pair of old-fashioned eyeglasses" and bearing a forged letter of introduction from the president of Middlebury College, one of the thieves was able to make off with the library's copy, but he and his accomplices were frustrated in their effort to flog the great book on the black market.

    First Folio Follies

  • Each day, the library's website averages 2,000 e-book checkouts and signs up about 200 new users.

    E-Readers on Checkout

  • The story, said to be a Fantasy story, will be posted on the library's web site following a Banquet in honor of the winners.

    May 2nd, 2009

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