For this discovery exercise you just need to familiarise yourself a bit with downloadable eAudiobooks , get an idea of the different titles you can find. Check to see if your own library subscribes to any eAudiobooks.
Netlibrary is probably one of the best examples that you can subsribe to eAudiobooks.
Have a look around the different titles available on Netlibrary.
(you will not be able to login to Netlibrary as our Library here at UL do not subscribe to it, however it is useful just to have a look around and see what it has to offer)
1.Check out your own library and find out what service is available to download eAudiobooks.
2.Take a look around and locate a few titles of interest.
3.Create a blog post about your findings. Did you located a title that you might want to try out and download, share this information with your colleagues!
4.Try downloading a title from an eAudiobook site.
Note: You don't have to have a MP3 player to listen to audiobooks, you can also listen to it form your computer (good idea to get a set of headphones)
Check out your own library to see what ebook titles are available, please see list below of various ebooks sites UL Library has:
Business / Economics /Statistics
Safari Books Online
ACLS Humanities E-Book Early English Books online (EEBO)
Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO)Literature Online (LION)
Women Writers Online
Making of Modern Law
Encyclopaedia Britannican Academic Edition Encyclopédie, ou Dictionnaire Raisonné des Sciences, des Arts et des Métiers (The ARTFL Project) Encyclopedia of Computational Mechanics Encyclopedia of Genetics, Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics Encyclopedia Of Polymer Science and Technology Encyclopedia of language and education Grove Art Online Grove Music OnlineHandbook of Psychology Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology Oxford Art OnlineOxford Dictionary of National Biography Online Oxford English Dictionary Online Oxford Reference Online Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry