Textbooks still count!

Lichtenberg, James
September 1994
Education Digest;Sep94, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p29
Focuses on the importance of textbooks in education. Enrichment of classroom experience through textbooks; Training tools for graduate teaching assistants; Presentation of information essential for learning the curriculum; Influence of increased availability of technology on the future of textbooks.


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