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Inkling will sell iPad textbooks in over 900 college bookstores

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iPad textbook publisher Inkling is partnering with college bookstore provider Follett. Starting this fall, Follett will sell “hundreds of Inkling titles” in its over 900 college bookstores — including Stanford and UC Berkeley — and on its website. Titles include popular undergraduate textbooks as well as specialized MBA, medical and...
Inkling will sell iPad textbooks in over 900 college bookstores

In Major Expansion, Kno Adds K-12 to Digital Education Platform (Video)

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In a big leap into a new but adjacent market, Silicon Valley digital education start-up Kno said entering the K-12 space, expanding from its college-only focus. It’s first step will be a partnership with major textbook publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, which provides nearly half of such content aimed at...
In Major Expansion, Kno Adds K-12 to Digital Education Platform (Video)

Textbook Publisher Pearson Takes Down 1.5 Million Teacher And Student Blogs With A Single DMCA Notice

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If there's one thing we've seen plenty of here at Techdirt, it's the damage a single DMCA takedown notice can do. From shuttering a legitimate ebook lending site to removing negative reviews to destroying a user's Flickr account to knocking a copyright attorney's site offline, the DMCA notice continues to...
Textbook Publisher Pearson Takes Down 1.5 Million Teacher And Student Blogs With A Single DMCA Notice
One Supreme Court ruling may stop you from reselling just about anything

Textbook Publisher Pearson Takes Down 1.5 Million Teacher And Student Blogs With A Single DMCA Notice

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If there's one thing we've seen plenty of here at Techdirt, it's the damage a single DMCA takedown notice can do. From shuttering a legitimate ebook lending site to removing negative reviews to destroying a user's Flickr account to knocking a copyright attorney's site offline, the DMCA notice continues to...
Textbook Publisher Pearson Takes Down 1.5 Million Teacher And Student Blogs With A Single DMCA Notice
Future U: The stubborn persistence of textbooks

iPad textbook publisher Inkling adds HTML5-based Web platform

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iPad textbook publisher Inkling is making all of its titles available on the Web through an HTML5-based platform. Publishers using Habitat, Inkling’s e-book publishing platform, can make their books available for the Web simultaneously. “We think Inkling for Web further reinforces Habitat as the world’s first commercially viable solution for interactive,...
iPad textbook publisher Inkling adds HTML5-based Web platform
One DMCA complaint shutters 1.45 million education blogs
Supreme Court upholds 'first sale' right to sell used books or movies, even when bought abroad
Inkling launches Frommer’s travel guides for iPhone and iPad

Inkling rolls out version 3.0 of its interactive book platform, now supports iPhone and iPod Touch

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Inkling started life as a textbook publisher for iPads, before recently rolling out an HTML5-powered eBook Web app. And now, it has finally launched a version optimized specifically for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Inkling takes textbooks and other content from publishers, and rebuilds each title from the ground up...
Inkling rolls out version 3.0 of its interactive book platform, now supports iPhone and iPod Touch
Textbooks at CES highlight the changing education industry

The 21st-century textbook

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With new technologies constantly coming on-line, and with states like California, Texas, and Oregon allowing digital curriculum to replace printed curriculum, the question arises: what will textbooks look like in the coming years? Dale’s post, "A hunger for good learning," featured a fantastic video about teaching math. In a few...
The 21st-century textbook
Content hackathons: the future of textbooks?

An Interview With McGraw-Hill Higher Education President, Brian Kibby, About The Future Of Ebooks [TCTV]

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When you run some of the biggest and best presses in town, it’s hard to imagine them ever going silent. Brian Kibby of McGraw-Hill, well known textbook publisher, would be happy to shut them down tomorrow if the need arose. He doesn’t want to pay the costs of printing,...
An Interview With McGraw-Hill Higher Education President, Brian Kibby, About The Future Of Ebooks [TCTV]

Flat World Knowledge Taking Away Its Free Option Opens Up Opportunities For Competitors

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We recently wrote about textbook publisher, Flat World Knowledge, changing its business model and getting rid of its free access to textbooks, something it had initially promised it would never do. The final line of our post noted that this hopefully opened up the opportunity for other providers to step...
Flat World Knowledge Taking Away Its Free Option Opens Up Opportunities For Competitors
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