All over the globe trees are breathing a sigh of relief. Print is dying. Magazines and books, specifically, are on the way out. If technology has its way, soon printed materials will be replaced digitally. Think about it – you can now carry a library around in your pocket. And not only are digital books easier to access in a digital form, they offer a significantly enhanced reading experience.
eReaders like Amazon’s Kindle and the revved-up iPad are more popular than ever, while the recent closing of bookstore chains like Borders marks the start of a dynamic shift in print publishing and its distribution.
Print is Dead; Long Live Digital Distribution
Sure, many of us may still have a emotional attachment to a favorite book or magazine, but digital books deliver a more interactive and engaging experience. It’s no surprise then that not only are your favorite novels and new releases getting the digital treatment, but so are textbooks, too.
Here’s a look at the future of digital learning:
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