Pearson moves away from print textbooks [Kelly]

Pearson moves away from print textbooks — from campustechnology.com by Rhea Kelly Excerpt: All of Pearson’s 1,500 higher education textbooks in the U.S. will now […]

Traditional Textbooks Make No Difference in Your Child's Learning. Let's Change the Model.

There is a dirty little secret that textbook publishers don’t want the people in education to...

Textbooks are obsolete. Get over it.

Recently, in their annual letter where Bill and Melinda Gates reflect on the things that they (and...

Why E-Textbooks Haven't Taken Over Schools

Why E-Textbooks Haven't Taken Over Schools: Why E-Textbooks Haven’t Taken Over Schools: I...

Seven Reasons Why Open Educational Resources Are The Wise Way To Go In Moodle

To encourage the use —and help dispel some myths— of Open Educational Resources, particularly in the Ontario region, government-funded NGO Contact North has published a […]

RPP #166: FlatWorld - Interview with Alastair Adam

Interview with Alastair Adam, Co-CEO of FlatWorld, a digital-first college textbook publisher building a niche between the high cost traditional publishers and open education resources […]

Report: Make Textbooks Affordable

From the Student PIRG Website: OPEN 101: U.S. PIRG released a new report titled “Open 101: An...

COLUMNS THAT WILL NEVER BE PUBLISHED: Digital textbooks are better than paper textbooks.

“Kids must use paper texts. Period.” the teacher said to me. “Why? “What is it that makes paper...

RPP #155: Connected Casebook - Interview with Vikram Savkar

Interview with Vikram Savkar, Vice President & General Manager, Legal Education, Wolters Kluwer. Connected Casebook is an integrated digital and print learning solution designed to facilitate deeper […]

New e-book: A President's Perspective

Texas Education Agency dips toes into OER waters

Texas Education Agency dips toes into OER waters: TEA has contracted with two instructional material...

ebooks are Clearly Superior. Why Aren't More Educators Embracing Them?

I was speaking to a few educators the other day and the subject of electronic vs. traditional books...

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