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The average college student now spends about $1,200 per year on course materials. (Click to enlarge)
Unsustainable costs, a digital landscape and low-cost alternatives force change to the textbook industry
Richard Baraniuk talked about how free, digital textbooks are created in his open keynote at UBTech. (Photo: David Bergeland)
UBTech open keynote speaker Richard Baraniuk, of Rice University, discusses free, high-quality textbooks for college courses
Small schools led in SIS purchases, but mid-tier schools were more active in 2013.
Colleges and universities replace outdated and homegrown systems
Excelsior College launched its Online Writing Lab, a comprehensive, media-rich, open-source resource designed for the transition to college-level writing

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