Freep: E-text finds its wayFreep: E-text finds its way on campus
The University of Phoenix -- including its local branches in Southfield, Troy and Livonia -- is going bookless. Within a year the school's 95,000 students nationwide, 3,600 locally, will stop buying traditional textbooks. Instead, required reading materials, workbooks, syllabi and part of a reference library will be available online for a $70-per-course fee.
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