Online libraries have become increasingly more popular, and the idea itself is making educators and government officials across the world now, explore the likelihood of funding and establishing local and national libraries on the internet.

How right are the existence of reserve writing and online libraries?

Yes, it holds true, many countries will have their version of online reserve and libraries writing promotions, like the United Kingdom, USA, Germany, Canada, Japan, India, Philippines and so much more.

The idea of borrowing and sharing books via the internets been around for years, in support of recently has been improved and made better by the establishment of private and public bookstores that rent their books out for readers.

How did the essential notion of renting away books happen?

Originally, book swapping, selling used books and renting away books were a few of the actions every day to book lovers and visitors. This idea of writing one's reserve collection and borrowing books from other collectors is not new, and will not supply the impression that it is ingenious. Enter India.

Until early 2000, the high cost of education, price hikes of text message references and books, are enormous obstacles for Indian university and youth students. Education for young people or having less it is every country's concern, affecting the economy and unemployment rate of each nation.

India is one of the countries that has found a work around and a possible solution to education issues, getting today's students the opportunity to learn, even with limited financial resources. How? Online Libraries.

There is no doubt that online libraries, which have vast collections of traditional books, literature, novels, educational textbooks, tutorial books, children's books, guide references and much more, exist to help; and assist the youth, it does.

Reading should not be exclusive to people who can afford to buy books. Settling with what the local public library has, should not be the only alternative for those who can't afford to buy new books. Learning is for everyone, and we all have the right to get educated. Quality and updated books and references should be made accessible to people from all walks of life.

Online libraries are bringing about this democratization by making it more convenient for people to access books and references. College students can now quickly search for specific textbooks, and are given the option to rent them.

Can online libraries replace traditional libraries?

Now, the question of whether online libraries can replace traditional libraries has been brought up by debating parties on opposite sides. The opposed party, apparently regular library campaigners, are against online book sharing for fear of losing the fight on traditional library funding that could cause closure of these establishments.

An old fashioned library is a joy to the reading community. It can be a source of much-needed information, a haven for peaceful reading, and a local or national treasure and landmark. However, librarians all over the world, admit to the lack of updated and relevant books in the libraries, and most of these establishments are underfunded. It is not likely that any government will spend thrice as much on buying new books when they can encourage book sharing.

Online libraries should not pose a threat to good old fashioned libraries, but must be taken as they are- an ingenious and practical way to read and learn. If the campaign for creating more online libraries and book sharing should prove effective, then we can still expect traditional libraries to be around, aided with this smart solution called online libraries.