U.S. Perceptions of the E-Text Landscape, Part 2

I was invited by the University of Manchester to post in their Books Right Here Right Now blog about the U.S. perceptions of the e-text landscape. The first post discussed the general U.S. landscape, and highlights a few exceptional instances.

The second post just came out and details the steps taken at UCF to better understand the digital landscape on our own campus.

 

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