University officials say the number of electronic textbooks in use on campus has increased considerably
Indiana University students have saved $8 million over the last three years by opting into a digital learning program that uses electronic textbooks, school officials said.
"Students have been complaining for a long time about the high cost of textbooks," Anastasia Morrone, associate vice president for learning technologies at IU, told The Indianapolis Star. "Really, it does give you pause why a book has to cost $300."
The textbooks cost about $35, and students access them through...