Tracking System, Homework Assignments Are Key to Raising College Textbook Sales in New E-Book

December 2003
Educational Marketer;12/1/2003, Vol. 34 Issue 34, p1
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Reports that Bedford, Freeman and Worth and education technology solutions provider Aplia have developed an electronic tracking system with mandatory assignments and activities that have to be turned in periodically to the instructor.


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