Campus booksellers should embrace the digital age and work with publishers to become content portals

<p>The Publishers Association this week launches its Open Books Open Minds scratchcard campaign, in which students spending &#163;15 or more on textbooks have a chance of winning prizes from a fund worth &#163;200,000.</p><p>The scheme is well timed: university students are at the end of a long summer break and readying themselves for the fast-approaching autumn term. Dominic Knight, m.d. of Palgrave Macmillan, one of the textbook action group members behind the campaign, says that the promotion is just the start of an industry move to protect the future of academic textbooks.</p><p>Further...

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