Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Saturday, April 22

Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Saturday, April 22 Link Post Morning Coffee Editor's Note: The following is a compilation of tweets from @PaulKBiba, the former editor of Teleread.

A conversation about digital copyright reform (Techcrunch)

Reference: Full Text eBook: "Women in Congress 1917-2017" Available Free From GPO (Library Journal)

AmazonCrossing profile (Literary Salon)

Discover our online database, which gives you access to a virtual vault of more than 280,000 objects (Canadian Museum of History)

Digital Maps: HistoryIT & Osher Map Library at U. of Southern Maine Launch New Online Resource (Library Journal)

Kindle Unlimited Funding Pool Reached New Peak in March 2017 (The Digital Reader)

National Library of Wales to digitise sound recordings (Library Stuff)

Unique, effective wearable light for Kindle eReaders and for general use. (Andrys Basten)

“Opening of UN Files on Holocaust Will ‘Rewrite Chapters of History,” Catalog Available Online This Week (Infodocket)

Blue Man Group Brings Wattpad Stories to Life (Marketwired)

Ingram Content Group Delivers Ebooks to Windows Store (Infotoday)

ProQuest Adds to Its Civil War Archive (Infotoday)

Scholarly Communications Outreach Librarian at Pennsylvania State University (Digital Koans)

Datalogics Partners with Maryland Division of Library Development and Services to Implement SimplyE Solution (Digital Book World)

The Danish Digitization Debate and Educational Publishers’ Dilemma (Publishing Perspectives)

Digital Humanities/Social Sciences Librarian at Rochester Institute of Technology (Digital Koans)

Digital Technologies Development Librarian at NC State University (Digital Koans)

Research Tools: 470,000 Images From Europeana Join the New Creative Commons Search Database (Infodocket)

Audible No Longer Lets Users Gift Credits, Only Memberships (The Digital Reader)

Digitised Manuscripts hyperlinks Spring 2017 (British Library)
Indiana U Students Save $3.5 Million Through Digital Textbook Program (Educational Technology)

Journal Article: “The E-Book War in Denmark” (Infodocket)

Nieman Lab is looking for more stories of digital innovation outside the U.S., and we’d love your help (Nieman Lab)

Google Books is not Alexandria redux (Teleread)

14 Sites for Making a Spectacular Book Cover (The Digital Reader)

The National Galleries of Scotland Is Digitizing Its 94,000-Piece Collection (Hyperallergic)

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