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  • New eText option making textbooks interactive, cheaper

    Helpful tool
    From left, Michel Bellini, the director of the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning, Milind Basole, a principal learning professional and manager of the eText service, and Yury Borukhovich, eText lead developer, show off the flexibility of the eText tool, which can be used to make electronic textbooks that are compatible with any Internet-enabled device.

    Photo by L. Brian Stauffer


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