The spring semester numbers are in: Indiana University’s eText program continues to save students millions of dollars every year, while delivering course materials straight to their digital devices before the first day of class.

Over 40,000 IU students used at least one eText from IU’s direct partnerships with publishers for digital course materials. This is part of IU’s overall efforts to reduce the total cost of attendance while also improving education in the digital age.

Professor Nancy Evans, who teaches computer information technology at the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) campus, is an early adopter of eTexts and a fan.

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