I wonder if anyone can help me out please. I work in a secondary school library and have been asked to get some contemporary teenage audiobooks on mp3. I think this is an excellent idea but have found it extremely complicated. I want to buy them individually ie, not join a club/pay a monthly fee/have to change books every month...because we are a school and not a bottomless money pit!
Most of the audiobook websites I've researched either stock books which are out of copyright, so books older than time itself, which our inner city students have no interest in, or you have to join and be a member.
Does anyone stock mp3s in their library? Does anyone know where I can buy mp3 audiobooks without all the joining fee hassle?
And also, where on earth would we be able to store them if we did manage to buy one? I'd love for the students to be able to download them themselves from out intranet, but realise this is a big fat copyright no!
Has anyone tried anything like this or has any ideas as to how it could work please?
Djanogly City Academy
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