Indiana University students are opting to use electronic textbooks because they are more practical and less expensive

According to school officials, a digital learning program that uses electronic textbooks has saved students of The Indiana University up to $8 million over the last three years.
In response to the significant numbers of complaints about the university's costly textbooks, The IU develop this electronic software that students can easily access on computers and mobile devices.
The acceptance rate of electronic textbooks has been increasing every semester since it begun, and faculty members as well as students attribute this high acceptance rate to several reasons such as low prices and interactivity of the product.

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