The Indiana University eText initiative has enhanced its partnerships with McGraw-Hill Education and Pearson, just in time for spring semester orders.
At IU, eTexts are more than just digital copies of textbooks. They represent multiple forms of digital learning materials. IU's eTexts initiative focuses on delivering eTexts to students at a reduced cost, while providing faculty with new tools for teaching and learning.
In fall semester 2014, over 17,000 IU students are saving on more than 35,000 digital course materials. With these expanded deals, IU hopes that even more students will be able to get course materials and content delivered straight to their digital devices at a discount.
For details on the expanded contracts, read: