CIPA Signs eBook Pilot Project Agreement with Douglas County Libraries

The Colorado Independent Publishers Association (CIPA) and the Douglas County Libraries have signed an historic agreement to help put high quality independently published books into the library district’s eBook loan program. This new partnership underscores the changing nature of book publishing and distribution with the ever-increasing popularity of eBooks. According to Nancy Libbey Mills, CIPA’s President,

What’s In It For You?

by Dr. Dan Miller, CIPA Vice-President It should be obvious to everyone, but just in case you haven’t noticed – CIPA is doing a lot more these days to promote its author and publisher members.  Let’s start with the CIPA Library e-Book Partnership with Douglas County Libraries. The goal of this program is to facilitate

CIPA May 21st Meeting: Ebooks and libraries

Jamie LaRue of  Douglas County Libraries presents: That Changes Everything! Two trends – the rise of both ebook and self-publishing – will profoundly affect the future of both publishing and of libraries. The historic partnership between CIPA and the Douglas County Libraries is one strategy to connect writers and readers. What other steps will or

CIPA Announces ebook Partnership with Douglas County Libraries, Red Rocks Community College Library

Library eBook Partnerships FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 15, 2011 We are pleased to announce a partnership between the Colorado Independent Publishers Association (CIPA) and two Colorado libraries: the Red Rocks Community College Library and the Douglas County Libraries. Many members of CIPA have entered the world of digital publishing. By June of 2011, the Red