I attended a session at the FLA Conference which provided an update on the upcoming merger of these two organizations (and as I learned four total orgs will merge).
This detailed handout provides everyone you would want to know.
While our phone surveys are random to ensure statistical accuracy, we
are actively looking for e-book borrowers to volunteer to take our
online surveys. So if you ever check out or download e-books from a
public library — or if you’re a librarian at a library that has e-books
available for check-out — please sign up.
Not an e-book borrower? We’d still love to hear from you. Some of our future online surveys will cover a lot of ground, so take a look
to see which groups apply to you. Once you sign up (and click on the
confirmation link that we send you), you’ll be notified whenever
relevant online surveys are in the field.
The Justice Department is about to sue Apple and five (of the Big Six) publishers for conspiring to raise the price of e-books. The warning is a game-changer in the government’s long-running anti-trust investigation.