E-books are being widely adopted as alternatives to traditional textbooks. Here you'll find articles detailing new developments in the area of e-book and e-textbook technologies, along with stories about institutions adopting them.
Franklin University, which has five campuses in Ohio and Indiana and many online courses, hopes to eliminate physical textbooks entirely to reduce college cost for students.
VitalSource, a division of Ingram Content Group that provides educational content for more than 1,250 higher education institutions worldwide, plans to acquire a San Francisco-based startup that provides tools to support campus bookstores and help students spend less on course materials.
The Canadian education technology startup is looking to go head-to-head with Pearson, McGraw-Hill and other American textbook publishers with its own cloud-based platform.
The City University of New York is turning to online bookstore provider Akademos to help address the rising cost of textbooks.
McGraw-Hill Education today introduced Connect2, a new course design, management and delivery platform for higher education.
Unizin and Cengage have partnered to make all of the latter's digital course offerings available to Unizin's member institutions.
Publishing giant Pearson Education Wednesday announced it would reduce the prices of its e-book and textbook rentals.
Cengage is launching a new product that blends open educational resources with the company's portfolio of learning content.
An "inclusive access" program at a community college was recently recognized by the Online Learning Consortium.
The e-learning market is predicted to experience significant global growth over the next five years, largely driven by advances in technology, evolving business needs and a number of emerging learning and development trends, according to Docebo’s newly released research report, “E-Learning Market Trends and Forecast 2017-2021.”