CETIS-The Case for Creative Commons Textbooks

According to a recent survey, University of California students now spend 40 percent more on textbooks than they did six years ago. This paper argues that colleges and universities may be able to significantly reduce these costs by creating a coalition for the acquisition and distribution of Creative Commons electronic textbooks.

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