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Follett to release new e-reader
22.01.09 | Anna Richardson
Digital applications provider Follett Digital Resources will be releasing new e-book software aimed at library customers and their increasing use of e-books.
According to BusinessWire, the new offline Follett Digital Reader will become available for downloading and installation on customers' computers on 9th February. Users will be alerted and directed to the Follett e-book website for installation. The new Follett Digital Reader will replace the Adobe technology customers currently use to download and read a Follett e-book.