Palm Teams Up with Lightning Source To Try To Put Life Back into E-Books for K-12 Schools

February 2003
Educational Marketer;2/10/2003, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p1
Trade Publication
Announces the partnership of Palm Inc. and Lightning Source to develop electronic textbooks (e-textbooks) in the U.S. Promotion of personal digital assistants by Palm Inc. for use in K-12 schools; Increase in the interests of schools in electronic delivery of materials; Release of the Classics Collection, a collection of e-textbooks.


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