eCampus News and Ambassador Present “The Bookstore of the Future” Webinar

When it Comes to Course Materials, Learn What Students Want, What Schools Need, and What's in Store for Higher Education

The once traditional bookstore has taken on a much different meaning as course materials acquisition advances at a rapid pace. In a world where choice, convenience and cost reign supreme for students, schools are rethinking and revising their bookstore models.

In an exclusive look at the Bookstore of the Future during a free webinar hosted by eCampus News and Ambassador Education Solutions, schools can explore new ways to deliver course materials with a focus on supporting students, simplifying operations, lowering costs and improving outcomes.

What: The Bookstore of the Future: What Students Want, What Schools Need

When: Thursday, May 2nd at 2:00pm eastern

Where: Register for this free webinar here.

Why: Learn about this important transformation in course materials management, analyze the moving parts and considerations of a successful program, and explore what’s in store for higher education.

Whether students want to own, leverage print or go digital, or simply do nothing and automatically receive course materials, this webinar will explore various options and offerings, including “inclusive access” where students obtain their materials in time for the first day of class while also ensuring compliance of the school’s opt out requirements.

For additional information, contact Ambassador at

About Ambassador
Ambassador creates and manages customized content integration programs that connect students with course materials in the most meaningful and effective way, driving down costs and improving outcomes. Integrated with leading SIS, LMS and Digital Content Platforms, we simplify the adoption, management and delivery of textbooks, eBooks, digital resources, custom content, OER, access codes, online testing, supplies, kits, devices and more. We provide an exceptional student experience, lower your operational and financial risk, and deliver key intelligence to measure and enhance programs. To learn more, visit


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