If handled well, this could improve the instructional decisions of many professors. It is correct in saying that most professors do not need every part of every text book and the ability to notate and change some parts is interesting and challenging. I can think of a text book I am now using which I would like to be able to add some questions for thought and discussion. I also could add some examples that have relevancy and are taken from my personal experience.
Macmillans New Digital Textbooks Let Profs Reorder, Rewrite, and Stick It to Rival Academics | Dans FC Blog | Fast Company23 Feb
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