E-books: The end of civilization or the digital age?

03/13/2013 | Sun (Lowell, Mass.), The

A growing number of schools are transforming their libraries -- getting rid of traditional books and replacing them with digital materials that can be accessed on tablet computers and smartphones. Schools are providing e-readers, as well as access to online databases that include academic articles, images and other resources. The transformation for school libraries also has been physical, with some schools revamping their aesthetics with technology in mind.

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