Thursday, December 01, 2005

Audiobooks and Music

The ways that libraries provide access to materials and information continues to expand and change. This morning I received an email from the Kansas State Library about a two year pilot project called the Kansas Virtual Library. This new project would provide library patrons access to audiobooks and music downloads from Overdrive that would be accessible with the Kansas Library Card. This sounds exciting to me, but would you use it? If you did not have an MP3 player or your own computer, how could the library best provide access to this new service? Here are some thoughts from the Shifted Librarian on the topic.
If you do not have a Kansas Library Card and would like more information about it or this new pilot project just contact us (see sidebar on right).


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