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by Stephen Downes
Nov 10, 2016

Textbook Example of Unbundling
Alec Whitters, EdTech Digest, 2016/11/10


We've been reading recently about the unbundling of textbooks and this article continues that discussion, contrasting it with "patchy" evidence for predictions of the unbundling of education generally. "Textbooks – the big, expensive, indispensable anchors of academia – are being unbundled at a frenetic pace... What textbook companies originally fought – the threats of pirated and copied digital versions of their property – they now embrace." Why would anyone think this will stop with textbooks, though?

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