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Students and faculty can now take advantage of favorable pricing for and access to eTexts from all of IU’s largest publishers.
Thanks to agreements with nine publishers, IU is seeing growth in eTexts adoption — nearly 10,000 students in 250 course sections are now using digital learning materials.
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IU now has signed agreements with nine publishers to deliver eTexts for students on all IU campuses. These agreements help reduce the costs of course materials for students, while delivering cutting-edge content to computers, mobile devices, and smartphones.
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130 class sections encompassing 5,300 IU students are participating in IU’s eTexts initiative this spring semester, taking advantage of IU’s deals with publishers. Those agreements provide eTexts to students and faculty that enable new tools for teaching and learning, options to print, and single sign on access through IU’s Oncourse.