More on the Cost Trap and Inclusive Access
iterating toward openness
NOVEMBER 13, 2017
And the idea of pivoting away from that at the exact moment Pearson, Cengage, and McGraw-Hill are adopting that approach seems a bit too convenient. Personally, my goal is not to provide less expensive access to the same teaching and learning experience to more people – access and affordability have never been my end game. But because Pearson has the exclusive rights to distribute this title, there is no competition and you’ll pay over $200 for a new copy.