New, comprehensive data reveals the inevitability of digital textbooks and course materials; same old issues of quality, cost, and access.
Faculty and students may still prefer print to digital, but spikes in print costs, as well as a demand for personalization, is pushing digital textbooks and course materials to the implementation forefront. But are any faculty really going digital? Which content distributors will thrive? What are the implementation concerns? And when
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