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5 Academic Publishing Trends To Watch In 2013

George Lossius | Publishing Perspectives | January 21, 2013

2012 was certainly an eventful, some would even say turbulent, year in the unpredictable world of academic publishing. [...] So what can we expect from 2013? Read More »

California's Move Toward MOOCs Sends Shock Waves, But Key Questions Remain Unanswered

Lee Gardner and Jeffrey R. Young | The Chronicle of Higher Education | March 14, 2013

Supporters of newly proposed legislation in California hope to reduce the number of students shut out of key courses by forging an unprecedented partnership between traditional public colleges and online-education upstarts. But on Wednesday specific details of how the deal would work were hard to pin down. Read More »

Open Source Meets Textbook Publishing - Much Cash Freed Up

Richard Adhikari | LinuxInsider | August 22, 2013

What do you get when you take the open source approach and apply it to textbook publishing? Answer: a whole lot of happy students, thrilled at the chance to save a whole lot of cash. Read More »

UNG Recognized For Efforts To Reduce Textbook Costs

Edie Rogers | [email protected] | December 11, 2014

With multiple successful digital textbook projects and as many as 10 more on the horizon, the University of North Georgia (UNG) has been recognized as one of the state's leaders in providing open educational resources for students...

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