Symtext liquid textbook

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1 Introduction

Symtext liquid textbooks is an online service that allows educators to assemble a book from various resources from multiple publishers (chapters, cases, articles, etc.), plus multi-media contents plus self-authored and student generated contents.

“Symtext makes it easy for educators to craft Liquid Textbooks from exactly the right mix of digital content.” (Symtext, retrieved 10:01, 1 November 2011 (CET)). “Educators can now create their own Liquid Textbook for each course by blending “chunks” of digital content from a variety of publishers and other sources – including chapters from textbooks, cases, articles, videos, photos, podcasts, and presentations. These resources can be combined with your own materials, and even include student generated content.” (For Educators, retrieved 10:01, 1 November 2011 (CET)).

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