Like most academic libraries, Seton Hall University Libraries have been increasingly investing in eBooks. This is partly a response to budget and space constraints, but also reflects an expectation that eBooks will follow the pattern of electronic journals and gain in popularity. In this research project I examine the use of our eBook collections and report on opinions of eBooks gathered from informal interviews with students and faculty members.
Rose-Wiles, Lisa, "Use, experience and future of e-books from University Libraries" (2014). Library Publications. Paper 153.