E-Books Capture IT Officials' Fancy

November 2009
Educational Marketer;11/ 9/2009, Vol. 40 Issue 22, p4
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The article reports on the growth of electronic textbooks in the U.S. According to the annual survey of The Campus Computing Project, 76.3% of information technology (IT) officials have agreed that e-books will be an essential component for instructional sources. The survey has resulted to a pilot program which aims to slowly expose students to e-textbooks.


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