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New E-Textbooks Help Students Save an Average of $60 Per Title

WASHINGTON Jan. 24, 2011 $60

Tom Allen

Individual publisher websites and e-Textbooks providers such as offer more than 90% of the most popular higher education course materials in use today. In addition to lower cost, portability and anytime, anywhere access from any computer or web-enabled mobile device e-textbooks offer advanced search functionality, note-taking capabilities, digital highlighting and the ability to email passages to peers. ┬áStudents can also purchase their books one chapter at a time on some publishers’ websites; buying just what they need, just when they need it.

In addition, students have more options than ever before to access course content by using mobile devices and eReaders. developed several free Apps that can be downloaded via iTunes and enables students to access their e-textbooks on an iPad, iPhone and/or iPod Touch.

Bedford Freeman and Worth Cengage Learning CQ Press McGraw-Hill Pearson Wiley and WW Norton

The Association of American Publishers

the United States

SOURCE Association of American Publishers

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