I'm not a big reader of Ebooks. I've tried reading books through Project Gutenberg. I've tried reading books through DailyLit. But, if I'm reading for pleasure, I want to hold the book in my hand. I know there are many of you out there who have no problem with reading via computer monitors or handheld devices, such as the new Amazon Kindle; however, I just can't. I can see some of the benefits of E-books, especially for technical writing -- textbooks, reports, etc. So, I ran across this at iLibrarian and thought I would share it in honor of Read an Ebook Week, which runs March 2 - 8.
Edited to include: I inadvertently left out NetLibrary as a source for Ebooks. NetLibrary is a good source for technical books and fiction. NetLibrary also now provides access to a number of audio books, as well. Pfeiffer students can access NetLibrary titles through the library's home page. Once there, click on "Find an Article" and then click on "NetLibrary" in the list of "Commonly Used Databases." If you're off campus, you'll need to provide authentication information. Most public libraries have access to a collection of Ebooks and audio books either through NetLibrary or another vendor.