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In the early days of ed-tech, a lot of publishers thought that simply taking a textbook and supplying a .pdf version of it via a CD-ROM was “ed-tech”, and that was all they had to do to maintain their ludicrous pricing and market share. Unsurprisingly, some of them are still of that opinion. But when thinking about the trends in education technology, that’s often how the “print to digital” revolution worked. You simply take a static process or asset, and just do the exact same thing digitally with zero regard for how the medium impacts the content, or the flow. …


Lucas Moffitt

ex-teacher, hobby dev, global education product solutions.

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