Alabama e-books

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A northern Alabama community college plans to transition from traditional textbooks and offer students more digitally-based education opportunities.

   Calhoun Community College president Marilyn Beck told the Decatur Daily (http://bit.ly/15Wd7kU ) 32 courses at the community college will focus on tablet and e-book education materials and students will still have the option to purchase textbooks.