VitalSource

SERVICES FOR INSTITUTIONS

VitalSource, an Ingram Content Group company, is the preferred and most used e-textbook platform in higher education today.

 

Delivering digital content to institutions around the world for more than a decade, we have incomparable experience in providing:
 

  • Scalable digital distribution
  • Rich feature enhancement
  • Learning system integration
  • Flexible business models
  • Industrial strength DRM

 
Our e-textbook distribution systems were designed to support learning and built to scale for dramatic growth. Today, we are experiencing remarkable growth with institutional, publisher, and reselling partners around the world.
 
Considering the shift to e-content? Choose an e-textbook distribution partner capable of:
 

 
You need a partner who understands the nuances of the education environment—from managing drop/add to integrated large-scale multi-publisher implementation.
 
The education market is moving to digital. If your company is serious about effective growth and profitability in the digital world, you need to work with the industry’s most experienced leader—VitalSource.
 

 


Learn more about what makes VitalSource a trusted partner to the world's leading higher education institutions. 

 

 

Technology is driving significant changes in higher education, especially in the development, delivery and application of educational content. E-textbook adoption is still only 5 to 6 percent of the market, but with digital textbook sales predicted to grow substantially, the content shift is just starting to take off. Read the full article by VitalSource COO Kent Freeman in the July/August issue of Today's Campus.

Jeff Cohen, also known as the textbook guru, writes about the VitalSource Bookshelf® e-textbook platform in his eBook Review series. He says, “It’s easy to see how this inherent flexibility and availability makes Bookshelf a strong contender in the ever growing eTextbook market … you’ve got an impressive platform capable of serving many sides of the textbook market, but in a digital format.” Read the full review here.