“Traditional bound books are to classrooms as eTextbooks are to learning management systems,” Abel said. “Higher-education institutions need to integrate these resources to create a seamless educational experience for students.”
Students who use the CafeScribe eBooks aren’t limited to contact with their professors and fellow students. Any student from any campus in the world can share content and study notes with any other student if they’re using the same web-based textbook, according to an April 21 announcement from Follett Higher Education Group.
CaféScribe eBooks are used on more than 850 college campuses, according to the company’s web site.
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