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The incident is bringing attention to a complaint that has sprung up at other campuses in the last couple of years. As textbook giants shift to all-digital products that integrate homework, students are essentially forced to buy digital materials from publishers to turn in their assignments. That raises the question: is the move to digital homework systems creating a new kind of digital divide at colleges? Textbook companies defend their new model, arguing that digital titles help students learn better than past methods and are sold for far less than traditional textbooks. And they are encouraging colleges to buy the new digital textbooks in bulk and to charge students a fee to cover that cost, so students no longer have to decide which version of a textbook to buy. Still many students resist the change, arguing that they can look up what they need on the internet without a textbook at all.
You have just developed the implementation plan Task 1. The next step is to communicate to your team the information that you have outlined in the plan. Draft an email to your team and submit the copy in the box below. To: Benjamin.
For some of you this is your first time attempting to write a formal email. Do your best and next week we will look at and analyze your emails. Each of you were given a handout with formal phrases to help you with writing. You can also research the internet to help you with writing formal emails.