Boundless launches paid online textbooks with new learning tech

[ 0 ] August 11, 2013 |

Boston startup Boundless said Tuesday that it has launched a paid version of its online college textbooks, which come with new technologies for improving learning.

The premium products are priced at $19.99 per book, with no expiration, Boundless said.

The new “Boundless Learning Technology” is “part personal tutor, part online search and part textbook,” the startup said in a news release. Boundless says it’s spent more than a year gathering data on how students learn online, and has developed new adaptive-learning technologies aimed at helping students to better grasp and retain information.

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