Campus bookstores are changing. The traditional bookstore is quickly evolving into one that strives to meet students’ needs and preferences.
Choice, convenience and cost now reign supreme for students. But how are schools adapting to this approach? Whether students want to own or rent, leverage print or go digital, or simply do nothing and automatically receive course materials, schools are rethinking and revising their models.
Mindful of accessibility and affordability, higher education institutions are looking toward the Bookstore of the Future to support students, simplify operations, lower costs and improve outcomes.
Press play on this eCampus News webinar that examines the bookstore of the future, analyzes the moving parts and considerations of a successful course materials program, and explores what’s in store for higher education.
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