Why the real conversation should be about affordability and accessibility.
The end of print textbooks has been foretold for years with the argument that digital screens would completely replace print. The reality, however, is quite different.
In fact, a recent Purdue University report found that only four percent of the population studied opted to use an e-textbook over a print textbook, concluding that print textbooks are preferred by college students.
While this print versus digital textbook debate carries on, people are failing to notice a larger and much more important point. In reality, who...