Indiana U. and Publishers Launch Licensing Program

October 2011
Educational Marketer;10/24/2011, Vol. 42 Issue 21, p1
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The article reports on the launch of a licensing program at Indiana University with five college publishers in the U.S. It states that Indiana University signed an agreement on the digital textbook licensing program for the spring 2012 semester with five participating publishers including John Wiley & Sons, McGraw Hill and Freeman and Worth. It notes that the university's initiative is a step forward in the digital transformation and will involve 1,700 students in 22 course sections.


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