Frank Waugh | Feb. 19, 2013 | WNDU-TV South Bend
Many college students, or their parents, could tell you know just how expensive course texts books and materials can be. Now, a new program at the University of Notre Dame is attempting to bring the cost of education down by doing away with physical books altogether.
The university is trying to lower that number by integrating some of the latest technology to hit the market.
For the past three years and effort has been underway experimenting the best way to replace textbooks with tablets.