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Future of the Legal Course Book

Seattlepi reports on a the Workshop on the Future of the Legal Course Book at Seattle University Law School.

Traditional publishers are confused about what professors want and where the industry is going....

Teachers want more flexibility, such as the ability to add their own information to text, insert audio files and provide links. They also want more ways to engage students and sought digital copies of textbooks that can be sorted and searched.


See also coverage from the Chronicle of Higher Education, Legal Times and the National Law Journal.