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With the heightened use of technology in most industries, disruptors serve to create extensive and (sometimes) permanent change to current models of operation. The textbook industry is no exception where factors such as digital technology, consolidation, open sourcing, and economics have resulted in, among other things, student-generated classroom materials. Discussing the strategies for implementing student-generated materials into the class will be an essential part of looking at how to harness new material in a fast-paced digital age.
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