Aug 202012
 

Author: Wayne Stafford

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqUEheAzOwM

In light of the recently filed lawsuit between three of the largest textbook publishing companies in the nation; Pearson Education, Cengage Learning and MacMillan Higher Education; and Boundless.com, a textbook file-shearing website, CTV decided to ask students about what they think about the rising cost of textbooks and what alternatives they take to avoid spending the big bucks.  CTV also had a chance to sit down with the director of the CSU Bookstore, John Parry, asking him his opinion of the issue and where he stands on the debate between copyrightable information and public information.  CTV reporter Wayne Stafford has the story.

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