Can Technology in the Classroom Replace Expensive Textbooks

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And with school authorities deciding which eBooks to use for the academic year, students are left with little to no choice but to comply with their institute’s demands. Publishers allow students to opt for monthly or semester-wise subscriptions, where students can get eBooks for less than half the price of a paperback textbook. Cengage recently introduced a new subscription model that gives students access to all of the company’s digital course materials for a semester or an year.

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Top Trends Higher Education Textbook Publishers Must Follow

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A few innovative digital publishers are offering eBooks at a fraction of the cost charged by print publishers. But they soon found out that competing with already existing eBook publishers is quite a challenge. As the user base is mainly dominated by digital natives, providing them courses on a digital platform will help you adapt to the changing environment and get higher education students to leverage your eBooks. Today, a lot of companies offer subscription-based services.