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Textbook ethics in the digital age

April 28, 2017

Op-ed piece by Brandon Ridgely to get you thinking about textbook ethics.

Ask any college student and they’ll be quick to let you know textbooks are much more of an expense than you might realize. In response to the costs, some take unethical routes to bridge the gap.

But how unethical are these strategies? Are they as unethical as the textbook industry itself?

While rising tuition always catches the eye of students unhappy with how much they’re spending for an education that is lessening in value, textbooks are that final low blow to your bank account early in a new semester.

There are many reasons the textbook industry brings so many headaches. And that’s not the only issue with this strategy.

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