There’s a ton of excitement around eTextbooks these days, and understandably so. Textbooks are one of the most frustrating aspects of being a student these days: the cost of buying books, struggling with (intentional) changes between different editions of books, and the aggravation of buying a required book that the professor never ends up using.
In other words, the entire textbook experience is ripe for a change, and there are a number of companies just chomping at the bit to get involved. We recently took a look at a couple of of the leading options for the classroom this fall and beyond. Read the rest of this entry »