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Resources

General

One-stop guide to online etexts 
http://www.robotwisdom.com/web/etexts.html

 

LibrarySpot 
http://www.libraryspot.com Library and refernce sites that show where to find dictionaries, encyclopedias, genealogy, thesauri, style guides, phone books, etc.

 

BookSpot 
http://www.bookspot.com Book related sites for the best online texts, book reviews, readings lists, authors, publishers, book stores, book news, and events
eBooknet.com 
http://www.eBooknet.com

 

DTBook Digital Talking Books DTD
http://www.loc.gov/nls/niso/dtd.htm The NISO Digital Talking Books Committee has defined an XML element set (DTBook)to represent the content and structure of books and other publications presented in digital talking book format

 

National Academies Press (NAP) 
http://www.nap.edu

 

UCc Press EScholarship Editions [University of California]
http://escholarship.cdlib.org/ucpress/ Some books are publically available; marked "public"; good example of an XML implementation