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Top Trends Higher Education Textbook Publishers Must Follow

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For those who are newly exploring the digital market, keeping up with the trends which change rapidly is difficult. Here are some of the top trends that higher education textbook publishers must follow to increase their digital sales: 1. Companies like Chegg, eFollett, and BookRenter are offering new textbooks on rent for less than the price of a used book. Today, a lot of companies offer subscription-based services.

Predictions of Print Textbooks’ Death Remain Greatly Exaggerated

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higher education courseware in 2015, down from 50 percent the year before, according to a 2018 report from Macquarie, an investment bank and financial services company. The company has invested in a partner rental program that should reach 400 titles in the second half of this year.

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In Move to ‘Unlimited’ Pricing Model, Cengage Hopes for a Comeback

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The company reemerged a year later intent on growing its digital offerings and making more strategic acquisitions and partnerships. At the recent ASU+GSV Summit in San Diego, EdSurge caught up with Cengage CEO Michael Hansen to capture his thoughts about the (un)affordability of course materials, faculty concerns about digital texts and what the company is looking for in its next acquisition. Tell me a little bit about some of your recent partnerships with companies such as Chegg.

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Edtech Industry Magnate Michael Moe Makes a Pivot

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But that grew into the 25-year passion for me, both professionally and personally, around re-imagining the education system and how you provided people equal access to the education they need to thrive. public market cap companies. The root of it is access to education.

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” There is no schooling here, among other things (whereas there was school and access to lawyers in their previous detention facilities). ” Via Education Week : “Security Companies Sell School ‘Hardening’ as Mass-Shooting Solution.” ” Via MyNDNow.com : “ Iowa company donates AR–15s to be placed in Bismarck schools.” The language learning company has raised $12.5

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Via Forbes : “The Startup President: How France ’s Macron Nearly Built An EdTech Company.” ” Ed-tech: where you don’t need an actual product idea for a company, and you can incubate your neoliberalism anyway. ” “Examining Trends in Graduate Student Debt by Race and Ethnicity” by Seton Hall University professor Robert Kelchen. So many people predicting this company would disrupt higher ed.

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Not really ed-tech-related, except for all those companies saying they’re “Uber for education.” The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative ’s CTO, Brian Pinkerton , is leaving the company. ” I mean, as long as data isn’t an issue and tech companies can build voice recognition software that recognizes languages other than English and accents other than Californian. ” The Chronicle of Higher Education on Elsevier “becoming a data company.”