Monday, April 4, 2011

Long Story Short: Columnist explains why digital books should be the future for UC

The way you’re reading in the library may be changing. Daily Bruin Opinion writer Carly Cody opened up her most recent column last week with what may be a bold statement: She said that UCLA students don’t use the library’s books. Cody is an advocate of digital books, the ones you read on a screen instead of hold in your hand, and she wants the University of California to create more of them. Cody explained why and how on Long Story Short. Read her column here. [4:45]

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