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The Wall Street Journal Special Report on E-Commerce in Education Newspaper / Magazine

The Wall Street Journal Special Report on E-Commerce in Education: The Effect on Established Education Institutions

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Pass or fail? This special report from the pages of The Wall Street Journal takes a look at e-commerce in education. Part 3 reports on the effect of high-tech on established education institutions. Hear how traditional academic publishers are scrambling to adapt to the online world, the value of corporate e-learning, how the library as we know it will change, and why many experts believe that the Internet does not change everything when it comes to education.

This report is available in three parts ("The Business," "The Classroom," and "The Effect on Established Education Institutions") or in a special discounted collection.

(P) and © Dow Jones & Company, Inc.

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