Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Friday, May 12

Editor’s Note: The following is a compilation of tweets from @PaulKBiba, the former editor of Teleread.

Podcast: Modern Challenges for Digital Publishing (Educational Technology)

Digital Resources: Europeana Fashion is the Third Thematic Collection to Join Europeana Platform (Infodocket)

These Marvel comics are included in Kindle Unlimited and Prime Reading (Ebook Friendly)

Québec : le bilan 2016 du prêt numérique en bibliothèque,par Hervé Bienvault @Aldus2006 (Aldus)

New Google Earth Has Exciting Features for Teachers (Educational Technology)

Two New Digital Collections Available Online From Library of Congress, New Online Exhibition Also Available (Infodocket)

The Christian Science Monitor’s new paid, daily product is aiming for 10,000 subscribers in a year (Nieman Lab)

Rapid Capture: Faster Throughput in Digitization of Special Collections (Digitization 101)

Rockster lança comparador de preços para eBooks (PRNewswire)

New Digital Collection Available Online: Japanese-American Internment Camp Newspapers, 1942 to 1946 (Infodocket)

Guggenheim digitizes free art books (Guggenheim Museum)

Library for All — not another ebook collection, but rather an idea (No Shelf Required)

Draft2Digital Now Distributes to Kobo Plus (The Digital Reader)

Opera optimizes its browser and launches a news engine for African consumers (The Next Web)

Doctoral thesis by Heikkilä Harri: “THIS IS NOT A BOOK- Challenges in mainstreaming of e-books”. Paper is in Finnish but bibliography is in English & English summary on page 8 (Heikkila Harri)

Internet Archive Preserves More than 200 Terabytes of US Government Data During “End of Term Web Archive” Project (Infodocket)

Automating Digital Archival Processing at Johns Hopkins University, by Elizabeth England & Eric Hanson / The Signal (The Signal)

Choose “Cage-Free” audiobooks (Boingboing)

University of Hawaii Taps Pearson for Digital Access Program (Campus Technology)

Collections: Stanford Libraries, Hoover Institution Gather Thousands of Archival Materials on Iran (Infodocket)

PDF Expert 6 Adds Powerful Editing Tools and More (Macstories)

Global Digital Humanities Librarian at Ohio State University (Digital Koans)

Data Services Librarian at University of Alabama (Digital Koans)

PressReader partners with Bell Mobility to bring newspapers, magazine to Canadian customers (Talking New Media)

EU copyright reform: quo vadis? (Ipkitten)

Digital Collections Program Manager at Harvard University (Digital Koans)

Data Services Librarian at University of Massachusetts Amherst (Digital Koans)

eBook Startup Livrada Has Shut Down (The Digital Reader)

The Four Basic Ebook [Library] Business Models (No Shelf Required)

Granta magazine launches digital archive for institutions (Talking New Media)

Dutch Writing Community Sweek Reaches 100,000 Users (The Digital Reader)

Digital Technologies Librarian at Trinity University (Digital Koans)

Library Analyst for Stewardship of Digital Assets at Harvard University (Digital Koans)

These Slovak journalists quit their paper and built an independent rival with 23,000 digital subscribers (Nieman Lab)

Canadian Broadcasting Corp and Radio-Canada Announce Mass Digitization of Audiovisual Archive (1.3 Million Assets) (Infodocket)

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