December 16, 2014
"As California State University, Northridge has become a campus focused on teaching its students via digital outlets, the number of materials coming from professors for iPad tablets and other mobile devices has seen a boom.
That’s thanks to a new eText Initiative, a movement to collect electronically published works by CSUN professors for their students for classroom use. Some of the materials are even available to the general public in the iTunes bookstore. The effort has put CSUN on the cutting edge of education, and for a small percentage of the cost for students relative to previous course materials.
'With our eText and myCSUNtablet initiatives, CSUN is giving Matadors the same great education we are known for,' said CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison, 'but with an eye toward the future of learning. Additionally, the way our faculty and Information Technology departments have embraced eTexts has been nothing short of wonderful. It’s this kind of collaboration that puts our curriculum on the cutting edge."
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