The way students use course materials has shifted. Students are more aware of their options outside of the once ubiquitous textbook. COVID-19 accelerated these changes as more students were exposed to digital materials. Has this changed the way students access course materials? Further, can we use these changes to find more sustainable solutions for students? To explore these questions, researchers delve into trends, with perspectives from students and education professionals.
- Learn how digital course materials play a major role in affordability initiatives and contribute to a decrease in student spending.
- Explore quality and sustainability efforts of different course material models, including digital.
- Gain a better understanding of how the pandemic contributed to the growth of digital course materials, and how they will evolve in the future.
- Kelly Denson, Vice President, Education Policy and Programs, Association of American Publishers
- Eric Weil, Managing Partner, Student Monitor
- Brittany Conley, Research Analyst, National Association of College Stores
Isabel Rowader, Manager, Communications, Association of American Publishers
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