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E-textbooks Not Taking Off: Lesson For Trade Publishers

Posted at 6:18PM Sunday 10 Feb 2013

Publishers, educational institutions and their government observers love the idea of e-textbooks: cheaper, better and easier on the back when the alternative is carrying a backpack full of dead trees imprinted with information that quickly goes out of date.

Problem is students don't love them.

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