Electronic Media Sales Projected To Reach $1.4 Billion In 2000 And Continue To Grow Rapidly

December 2000
Electronic Education Report;12/20/2000, Vol. 7 Issue 24, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on a projected increase in the sales of electronic educational materials even as textbooks remain the dominant force in the market for instructional materials in the United States.


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