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Many authors have already published on the situation of electronic book-culture in Hungary in printed, as well as digital format. Beside presenting these I will also introduce my own e-book guide, the differences between the digital and the print edition, and the consequences that can be drawn from the impact of the two editions. My blog highlights that culture created from digital platforms can only be interpreted within the context of traditional culture. The research of the dimensions of the Googletenberg-galaxy have only begun, even though the world of books is changing at a rapid pace.
Most of chapters centre on library. It is a real challenge for libraries to lend not only printed books, but also electronic documents. The publication reveals the difficulties of e-book borrowing that are on the one hand technical and on the other hand relate to intellectual property rights questions. The expectations of the actors involved in the process are different: the needs of the publishers, the librarians and the readers are distinct. Beside library-based solutions the author draws the attention to business-based book lending which is not free of charge, such as text-leasing, and text distribution. The free offer of big e-book-shops, or the partial access to the text of the books can be seen as a form of lending.
The language is hungarian.
- Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
- Published: 24 May 2011
- Publisher: Pál Kerekes
- Print Length: 30 Pages
- Language: Hungarian