serious enough that the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) [yes, i know how to use CAPS, i just don’t like to) recently published the results of their study entitled JISC national e-books observatory project [their lowercase, not mine]. never heard of the JISC? me either, but it could be because they’re across the pond. read it. it’s entertaining, especially when they use ou instead of o, like in behaviour. you’ll feel international and cosmopolitan. and smart. warning: it’s 56 pages. get a cuppa tea first. and a biscuit. with clotted cream. enjoy.
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oldies but goodies