Tag Archives: ereader

Celebrate Teen Tech Week at Guthrie Memorial Library

Members of Guthrie Memorial Library’s Teen Advisory Group will be available during Teen Tech Week, March 10-16, 2013, to answer questions on e-readers.

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York County Libraries offer tutorials for e-readers

Glatfelter Memorial and Arthur Hufnagel Public Library of Glen Rock will offer how-to sessions to teach patrons how to use e-readers and download e-books from York County Libraries.

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Readers respond: E-books or print books — or both?

York Daily Record/Sunday News readers share their thoughts on ereaders and e-books versus print or paperback books, and which ones they read more often.

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York County libraries offer help understanding new gadgets, e-readers

York County libraries offer help in understanding your new e-reader or other electronic device.

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The ebook vs. paper book debate

I’m the first to admit, I don’t own an ereader. I’m a resister. I stare at a computer all day for work, and then another half-hour to peruse Facebook and a few blogs when I get home. By 7 p.m. … Continue reading

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Martin Library offers how-to for eBranch

I have to admit — I don’t own an ereader. But if current trends continue, I might end up in the minority. York County Libraries opened its eBranch last April, and in its first 10 months lent nearly 60,000 ebooks … Continue reading

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Did you borrow or lend ‘The Hunger Games’?

Smart editor Kara Eberle overheard some lunchroom chatter today about reading Suzanne Collins’ “Hunger Games” trilogy. It seems, at least among this group in the office, that most of them had borrowed the books from a friend. Then Kara stopped … Continue reading

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