by Kelly O'Connor-Salomon I have one online seminar class that I have been teaching for a long time. Up until recently, I have been able to design the course myself,.
by James Temple The Justice Department has threatened to sue Apple and major publishers in a high-profile case that could reshape the digital-books market, driving down prices but also potentially.
During August, just before the start of the new school term, TorrentFreak reported on LibraryPirate, a site with a mission of providing college students with an alternative to continuously rising textbook.
By Peter Osnos On a rainy Sunday afternoon in November, I decided to read historian Antonia Fraser’s Must You Go? My Life with Harold Pinter (Nan A. Talese/Doubleday). Pinter, the.
by Mary Beth Marklein Oklahoma State University professor Bill Handy has big plans for the Apple iPad this fall. If the text messages he has received since the school announced.
by P.D. Lesko with reporting by Diane Calabrese The new E-book readers are proving tough to sell, and E-books are proving even tougher to produce. In 2000, leading E-book reader production.