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How Can K-12 Publishers Adapt in the Digital Era

Kitaboo

Especially a reader base that’s fickle and low on attention span — school students. Pearson will now offer eBooks at an average cost of $40. And with the planned decrease in printing, it definitely expects to save more by reducing costs for warehousing of large amounts of inventory. As every other publisher is keen on developing high quality etextbooks, one has to put in more effort to stay afloat in this business. Publish Superior Content Than OERs.

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Tony Karrer

Big publishers are having problems as the cost of distribution goes towards zero and as that brings along a ton of competition from the low end. that have paid, professional editors, writers are better quality than alternatives for the specific content that they cover. But all major publications have limitations in that because of the cost, they have to go after large audiences and they need to stay at higher level topics. Total cost: zero.

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