Textbook News: OpenStax College Releases first iBooks Textbook

Are college textbooks finally embracing the digital age? With the rapid growth rate of E-Readers and Digital Devices, the release of the first iBooks Textbook could be a sign that things are changing in the textbook area. ┬áIf you haven’t heard of iBooks before it is Apple’s e-book reader available for free from the Apple […]

BarMax now on the iPad – new bar exam etextbook option

BarMax bar exam test preparation app now available in the iTunes app store for $999 on the iPad after previously only being available on the iPod and iPhone.

College students prefer print textbooks to eTextbooks?

Despite being more and more technology savvy, current college students still prefer buying or renting printed textbooks to electronic formats.

Apple’s iPad not yet ready for the college classroom?

An article in The Chronicle of Higher Education about utilizing the iPad reports lots of initial excitement about the potential of the device, but it is not yet ready for mainstream use. Students and facility from George Fox and Seton Hall reported that lack of multi-tasking as one of the main limitations of the iPad […]

Apple’s iPad not yet ready for the college classroom?

An article in The Chronicle of Higher Education about utilizing the iPad reports lots of initial excitement about the potential of the device, but it is not yet ready for mainstream use. Students and facility from George Fox and Seton Hall reported that lack of multi-tasking as one of the main limitations of the iPad […]