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Accessible Learning Materials Mean Freedom For Many

Posted by Leann de Leon on September 09, 2020

A little over thirty years ago, my life—and the lives of tens of millions of Americans—was changed in immeasurable ways by the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). Coming of age in a world where ADA was the law, I was free to imagine and pursue opportunities that were previously impossible for people with disabilities, including visually impaired people like me.

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Protecting Student Buyers

Posted by Brian Hogue on August 18, 2020

While the Internet has made possible unprecedented access to quality digital course materials, it has also provided infrastructure for some to commercialize stolen content and others to scam students with too-good-to-be-true pricing. We are heading towards the start of a fall semester where the demand for affordable digital materials will be higher than ever. This presents an attractive and target-rich environment for illicit sellers. 

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What would happen if learning materials were provided to all students on or before the first day of class? Part 1

Posted by Mike Hale, Ph.D. on October 10, 2016

Part 1 of 2: Why doesn’t this happen?

If all required learning materials, including textbooks, were provided to all students on or before the first day of class, the average price per student of learning materials would drop and students would be more successful.

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What's New with VitalSource Bookshelf

Posted by Nick Bown on October 03, 2016

Here’s hoping everyone is having a great start to the 2016-17 school year!

At VitalSource we are committed to ensuring every student has the tools needed to be successful. As technology advances, we have to keep pace. That’s why we've rolled out a number of helpful new features for our Bookshelf platform this fall.

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