Indiana University’s eText 101: Are your students paying too much for textbooks?

April 24, 2 p.m. ET | 11 am PT

Since 2012, Indiana University (IU) has been working hard to minimize the cost of textbooks through the IU eText Initiative. They've written the book on how to build and grow a successful inclusive access program ... literally. This month, Indiana University is publishing their free e-book, eText 101, a complete guide to their eText Initiative. 
 
Join this webinar for an interactive discussion with IU leaders responsible for their groundbreaking eText Initiative who will discuss:

  • How IU saved students more than $16 million dollars in real cost avoidance on their required course materials
  • The impact of access to digital course materials on the first day of class
  • IU’s new e-book, eText 101, that shares their lessons learned and best practices with the higher education community.

* This is a corporate sponsor event hosted by The Chronicle of Higher Education. All content is provided by Pearson. By registering for this event, you agree to share you contact information with Pearson.
 
Presenter
Dr. Anastasia (Stacy) Morrone
Associate Vice President, Learning Technologies
Indiana University
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Presenter
Dr. Brad Wheeler
Vice President for Information Technology and CIO
Indiana University
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Presenter
Nik Osborne
Senior Vice President, Strategy & Business Operations
Pearson
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Presenter
Michael Anft
Journalist and Editor (Contributor for The Chronicle)
Moderator
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