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.
We've collected an updated roster of resources that offer quality learning content without the high price tag of traditional texts.
College students can rent digital textbooks from iFlipd for as little as a week at a time.
From digital textbooks to napping pods, here's what was trending on our Web site last month.
The University of Maryland University College is the largest institution in the country to go "commando" on textbooks. As of this academic year undergraduates don't have to lug them around or spend a dime on them — and the benefits don't end there. Here's how UMUC achieved an amazing goal.
From MOOCs to digital textbooks, here's what was trending on our Web site last month.
Even as the transition to digital course content "seems inevitable" on campus, not everybody is so sure. Nearly a fourth of faculty (24 percent) in a recent survey said that curricula they use in their classes will never be primarily digital.
A new fund offers grants for "faculty members or departments who want to transition their courses away from high-priced textbooks."
At Villanova University, a student-developed app version of Augustine's Confessions brings contemporary vitality and relevance to a classic 4th-century work.
An NSF-funded project at Brookdale Community College is helping faculty create interactive digital textbooks.
PanOpen is tackling the textbook affordability challenge with a new learning platform based exclusively on open educational resources.