[bksvol-discuss] Re: Reading List

They do track your downloads. Check your account and you will find a
history of your downloads.

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I personally prefer bookshare not track my downloads though I am sure they
do.
Bookshare does have a good deal of backed up work to do with the site
including fixing the database so it stores book authors accurately
and so searches work better.
If I want to read a book in future or think I do, I download it when
I find it and store it on a hardrive for later use.
I know this practice is different from the list you suggest but it
may work for you.
Elizabeth

At 10:09 AM 7/30/2009, you wrote:
>Hi,
>I saw something on the Recording For the Blind and Dyslexic and
>Library For The Blind and Physically Handicapped Sites that I think
>would be very cool to have a form of on Bookshare. As you are
>looking through a list of books you search for, you can check a box
>beside each book in the table of books and then activate a button
>that puts them in a cart or list that you can work with later. I was
>thinking that it would be nice to have a list of books that each
>member could keep on the site that they could go to. The member
>could do searches and then collect books they may want to read in
>their reading list and then go to the site later and get books from
>the list. It also may be a good idea to have a list of books that
>the member has read separately from the first list.
>
>Thanks.
>
>Jim
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