Posts Tagged ‘textbooks’

eTextbooks vs. Print Textbooks (#infographic)

Posted by: bluesyemre on May 12, 2021

No one wants to pay $200 for a #textbook

Posted by: bluesyemre on April 29, 2021

#DistanceLearning results in rise in consumption of #eTextbooks

Posted by: bluesyemre on November 8, 2020

Game-changing arrival of e-books

Posted by: bluesyemre on January 19, 2015

Most Students Want to Access Textbooks on Tablets

Posted by: bluesyemre on September 3, 2013

Studying from Electronic Textbooks

Posted by: bluesyemre on July 18, 2013

Students Prefer Print for Serious Academic Reading

Posted by: bluesyemre on July 18, 2013

Open Academics (Open Textbooks by University of Minnesota)

Posted by: bluesyemre on May 22, 2013

Wikibooks (a collection of open-content textbooks)

Posted by: bluesyemre on May 22, 2013

How Teachers Are Hacking Their Own Digital Textbooks

Posted by: bluesyemre on April 1, 2013

Top 20 Textbook Fails Worldwide by MC WINKEL

Posted by: bluesyemre on February 2, 2013

Don’t call them textbooks

Posted by: bluesyemre on February 1, 2013

How publishers are re-imagining the textbook in 2013?

Posted by: bluesyemre on February 1, 2013

Why Are College Textbooks So Absurdly Expensive?

Posted by: bluesyemre on January 9, 2013

Why Academics Create the Best E-Texts by Jennifer Funk

Posted by: bluesyemre on December 11, 2012

Now E-Textbooks Can Report Back on Students’ Reading Habits

Posted by: bluesyemre on November 20, 2012