Ohio district's electronic library grows with help of NBA star

03/28/2014 | Akron Beacon Journal (Ohio)

Akron Public Schools students in Ohio now have access to a growing catalog of electronic books, thanks to donors that include NBA player LeBron James' foundation. Now in its first year, the e-library for the district has the largest collection in the country with more than 3,400 books -- all recommended by educators. A software program helps determine which books are not being read, so they can be replaced by other titles. Teachers in the district say the e-books are used on mobile devices and other technology.

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