Barnes & Noble Education, Inc., a contract operator of bookstores on college and university campuses across the United States and a provider of digital education services, announced it will extend its current relationship with OpenStax, a Rice University-based nonprofit that makes college more accessible for students. Together, the companies will provide greater access to quality, cost-effective course materials and advanced digital solutions.

“Barnes & Noble Education is committed to driving student success, and as a leader in the Open Educational Resources (“OER”) movement, OpenStax demonstrates that same commitment,” said Kanuj Malhotra, Chief Strategy & Development Officer and...

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