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E-readers, audio books, online reading and other technology-based literature hasn’t caught on with everyone. But the number of readers using such methods is increasing, and Hardin County Public Library is responding.
The branch in Elizabethtown hosted a free presentation Saturday to show patrons how to download e-Books, audio books and other forms of media onto e-readers and iPods.
Lisa Huffer, bookmobile librarian and unofficial library system techie, said digital items offer alternative reading options to technology-savvy patrons.
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