Nov 20, 2012
Plummeting prices for e-readers and tablet computers mean big changes for the textbook industry, as more students and professors clamor for digital versions of traditional paper editions. What does this shift in the publishing world mean for college costs, and how are universities getting e-textbooks into the hands of students?
· Jeff Young, The Chronicle of Higher Education (moderator)
· Nicole Allen, U.S. PIRG
· Bruce Hildebrand, Association of American Publishers
· Mickey Levitan, Courseload
at EWA's Seminar for Higher Education Reporters at Indiana
University-Purdue University Indianapolis, Nov. 2-3,