posted on January 15, 2008 15:10
The Black Hills State University E.Y. Berry Library-Learning Center has added a selection of eAudiobooks.
“The added collection features 295 eAudiobook titles and integrates well with the existing electronic book collection,” says Rajeev Bukralia, BHSU dean of educational outreach.
The eAudiobooks collection is provided through the library’s association with Netlibrary. Netlibrary’s e-Books and eAudiobooks can be accessed from any computer with internet access after initially establishing an account from an on-campus computer. By either downloading or playing them directly from the link, users can listen to eAudiobooks anywhere on a wide range of portable listening devices that support playback of secure or protected Windows Media Audio (.wma) files. The list of available titles is located at the e-Books link from the library homepage (http://iis.bhsu.edu/lis/).
For more information on eAudiobooks contact the library information center at 642-6250.