Digital Reading Sources
Here are some popular digital reading sources:
- Amazon Kindle: An e-reader that allows you to purchase, download, and read digital books and other content.
- Project Gutenberg: A digital library that offers over 60,000 free e-books that can be downloaded in a variety of formats.
- Google Books: An online library that allows you to search for and preview books, as well as purchase and download digital books.
- iBooks: An e-book application for Apple devices that allows you to purchase and download books from the iBooks Store.
- Goodreads: A social network for book lovers that allows you to find and discuss books, as well as track your reading progress.
- OverDrive: A digital library platform that allows you to borrow and read e-books and audiobooks from your local library.
- Scribd: A digital library that offers access to millions of e-books, audiobooks, and other content for a monthly subscription fee.
- Feedbooks: A digital bookstore that offers a wide selection of e-books and audiobooks, as well as the ability to upload and share your own content.
- Project MUSE: A digital library of humanities and social science journals that offers access to scholarly research and peer-reviewed articles.
- Open Library: A digital library that offers access to over 1.7 million free e-books, as well as a vast collection of other digital content.