A new technology feature has just been introduced at Eastern Washington University's JFK Library and, ironically, it involves reading, but not books—technically speaking.
It just so happens the library is “testing the waters” with a new mini-project of preloaded young adult and children's
audiobooks on iPod Shuffles, now available for seven-day checkouts at the library's lower-level media service desk.
The iPod Shuffle program, library media specialist Nadean Meyer said, is a fairly new concept that's being tried on for
size at other libraries and ed...