The Textbook Gets Remixed

The Textbook Gets Remixed
technology

Professors and students alike can rejoice with the invention of Macmillan's remixable electronic textbook.

Lisa Baldini
  • 24 february 2010

Professors and students alike can rejoice with the invention of Macmillan’s remixable electronic textbook. Previously, professors have had to waste massive amounts of paper to photocopy specific texts for their students or require students to spend large amounts of money on multiple books. The Macmillan book allows for customization of books which offers professors more latitude in their offerings. The price tag of $47 offers one of the best benefits, and if it’s possible to have the book customized for a single student’s workload, then I think we will see this an even more cost effective measure.

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