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Publisher's Digital Sales Surpass Print Sales

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McGraw-Hill Education, one of the largest publishers of textbooks, said sales of its digital content and online programs surpassed print sales for the first time last year.

The company said that new users of its Connect platform, for colleges, rose 16 percent in 2015 from the previous year. New users of its LearnSmart and SmartBook program, also for college students, rose 18 percent. New users of ALEKS, used by grade schools and colleges, had a 14 percent increase.

Vol. 35, Issue 24, Page 5

Published in Print: March 16, 2016, as Publisher's Digital Sales Surpass Print Sales
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