In response to the popularity of eReaders, libraries across the nation are adding eBooks to their collections.
The Denver Public Library is reportedly increasing its number of eBooks and audio books and now offers about 7,500 eBooks and 12,000 audio books.
The check out process is available online 24/7. Users must first download software to their computers. From the Denver Examiner, “You would check out the book from the library using your library card, download the book to your computer, and then transfer the book to your device.”
New York City school librarians are also adding eBook collections when it makes sense.
Sony is trying to take advantage of this enthusiasm with a new librarian-training program to help promote its eReaders in libraries.