Once content sets are created and made available for sale on the BiblioBoard app, the company shares revenue with the creating institutions. Libraries can also subscribe to BiblioBoard as a database and allow patrons access to the content. "Everything that the library subscribes to shows up on the patron's tablet," says Davis. "And there's no concept of check-out and returns and all the other things that force libraries to deliver a chunky experience on a tablet."
"We don't have Fifty Shades of Grey or James Patterson," says Davis of BiblioBoard's aims. "What we have is historical artifacts that have been curated by experts. "