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I would like to promote audio books as a new exciting way to 'read.'
This is an entirely different direction for my library.  I've been to
sites that sell audio books and have free ones; I've read some about the
various formats; now I'd like to learn more about how libraries are
fitting into the picture.  If someone has already written a primer to
help me get started, I'd love to see it. I'm a little uncertain about
copyright matters with downloaded material, what the library checks out
or just promotes by way of downloads from websites, etc. Can anyone
point me to the questions that I need to be asking?

Jo Reinmiller

Country Day School

Costa Rica

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