Dear Devon County Council,
In the agenda report for the Corporate Infrastructure scrutiny committee on Thursday September 26th, Dr Virginia Pearson told scrutiny that "eBooks were up 25%, eMagazines 87% an eAudioBooks 58%. The eLibrary is second to Exeter library in terms of total number of issues, 205,036, for 2018/19."
Please could you provide the actual number of issues for EACH category mentioned: the number of issues for eBooks, for eMagazines and for eAudiobooks for 2018/19.
Yours faithfully,

Sarah Jones

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Dear Dr Jones

 

Freedom Of Information Act 2000

Request Number 9268616

 

Thank you for your request. It will be handled in accordance with your
rights under the above legislation and the Council’s Environmental
Information Regulations and Freedom of Information Request Handling
Policy.

 

Under the above you are entitled to be informed if we hold the information
or not, and if so, to have it provided to you within 20 working days from
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Dear Dr Sarah Jones,

 

Freedom of Information Act 2000

Information Request 9268616

 

We are in receipt of your request for information under the Freedom of
Information Act 2000, dated 7 October 2019, and are pleased to provide
[1]Devon County Council’s response.

We hope this information is of assistance to you.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

Jenny Goodall

Information Governance Officer

Information Governance Team

Room 120

County Hall

Exeter
EX2 4QD
Tel: 01392 383000 – Ask for Information Governance Team

Email: [2][Devon County Council request email]

 

Please note that Devon County Council now publishes most Freedom of
Information and Environmental Information Regulations request responses on
its publication scheme. Details of previous responses are available at
[3]https://new.devon.gov.uk/accesstoinforma....
The council requests that members of the public make use of its disclosure
log search facility before making a Freedom of Information or
Environmental Information Regulations request, as it is possible that the
information sought, may have been disclosed in response to a prior
request.

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If for any reason you are not satisfied with how your request has been
handled, please write to Customer Relations Team, Room 120, County Hall,
Topsham Road, Exeter, EX2 4QD. Details about our Access to Information
complaints procedure can be found at
[4]https://new.devon.gov.uk/accesstoinforma....
  If your complaint is not resolved to your complete satisfaction, you
have the right to refer the matter to the Information Commissioner’s
Office, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 5AF.

Re-use of information
The information supplied to you continues to be protected by the
Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988. You are free to use it for your
own purposes, including any non-commercial research you are doing and for
the purposes of news reporting. Use for Direct Marketing purposes is
prohibited. Any other re-use, for example commercial publication, would
require the permission of the copyright holder. Most documents supplied by
Devon County Council will have been produced by local officials and will
be our copyright. If you would like to re-use any of the information which
has been supplied to you, please contact us. Information you receive which
is not subject to our copyright continues to be protected by the copyright
of the person, or organisation, from which the information originated. You
must ensure that you gain their permission before reproducing any
information.

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