Wiley Moves Forward with E-Text Plans via Deal with Aplia

March 2004
Book Publishing Report;3/15/2004, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that John Wiley and Sons hopes a new deal with education technology solutions provider Aplia in 2004 will help the slow-to-grow college e-textbook market take off in the U.S. Incorporation of interactive Web tracking tools developed by Aplia into Wiley's electronic textbooks; Agreement signed by Wiley in February 2004 with Paul Romer of Stanford University's Graduate School of Business to author a textbook in intermediate economics; Implications on electronic book publishing.


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