VSI Field Tests New Textbook Cover

February 2007
Educational Marketer;2/19/2007, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports that Visual Systems Inc. (VSI) is seeking approval for its textbook cover technology BaseOne SoftCover in the U.S. VSI is going through the approval procedure with the Book Manufacturers' Institute and National Association of State Textbook Administrators because of the manufacturing requirements for the textbooks. The process involves printing directly on a plastic substrate, which eliminates the traditional process, and making the cover more durable and flexible.


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