Although I love the content within textbooks, I've always hated their boring, static approach that seems set on stunting learning rather than expanding it. With the Macmillan DynamicBooks, that may all change.
From what I gather, the Macmillan DynamicBooks are the first of their kind. They are digital textbooks that allow professors to take an active approach to what they are teaching by way of tailoring each textbook to their own needs.
As for students, one of the most beneficial aspects of Macmillan DynamicBooks is that they will cost half the price of a physical textbook. Where were these when I was in school?
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