New Option for Student Shoppers: E-Books, Inside Higher Ed, Aug 12, 2005
Commentary by Stephen Downes

More on the DRM-enabled e-books being sold as texts by various universities, including Princeton. You save 33 percent, but "access to electronic textbooks will expire upon the completion of the associated class." In addition, the books allow "students to log notes that are linked to a particular section of the book. The notes, though, become inaccessible when the book expires."
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