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The Case of the Textbook: Open or Closed?

 

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As the price of college/university textbooks continues to rise, new electronic models and various “open” options are being proposed from all sides: by publishers, by students, and by authors and institutions.

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David J. Staley
How might the logic of Web 2.0, the logic of commons-based peer production, and the logic of platform management transform the idea of the university and the very activities—teaching and learning, research, and publishing—that lie at the heart of this enterprise?
E. Michael Staman, Mark Katsouros, and Richard Hach
With the availability of a rich variety of IT solutions for emergency preparedness, colleges and universities need to leverage these technologies to benefit emergency notification services, leading to strategic implications for campus emergency communications management policies.

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Peter McPherson
E-Content
Jerry Goldman and Andrew Gruen
PodcastIT
George B. Adams III
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Malcolm Brown
policy@edu
Tracy Mitrano
Viewpoints
Jim Whitehurst
Homepage
Diana G. Oblinger

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