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Posted on June 13, 2019 by Eriko Hironaka
Do we really need textbooks? In this age of swelling enrolments in undergraduate math classes, students with diverse interests and backgrounds, new modes of teaching, and alternative media, are textbooks too rigid? Are they too expensive? Would it be better … Continue reading →
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The Web and Books of the Future
Posted on October 23, 2017 by Eriko Hironaka
Given the way the internet has become firmly entrenched in our lives, how do you think books of the future will look and how will these “new books” be read and used? Is the web making books obsolete, or will … Continue reading →
Posted in BookEnds, Innovation | Tagged Academic Book Publishing, Authors, Bookends, Social Impact, Technology Trends | 2 Comments