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E-textbooks in universities

Posted on 25 Jul 2013 with 0 comments
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A recent report of a large scale trial about using e-textbooks by students in courses in US colleges and universities found that collaboration was required among IT (including academic computing), the bookstore, the library, disability services, enrollment management, and the general counsel which is not a minor undertaking. The research also found that the engagement of faculty staff with online e-textbooks was a critical factor in the success of student learning outcomes.


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