Education and the death of textbooks

Education and the death of textbooks

During my university years, I bought just one textbook. I'm not saying I was remiss - my dissertation referenced more studies than I care to remember - I simply didn't need to buy the books. My tutors put all lectures on the virtual portal system, with links to online versions of the recommended reading. The library and, to a greater extent, the internet provided me with all the information I needed to earn my degree.

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