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The world's largest education publisher, Pearson, has it will gradually out printed textbooks. It has a decision to all of its learning resources "digital first". Pearson said the future of the industry is in e-books and digital services. Pearson CEO John Fallon more about the company's future direction. He told the BBC: "We are now over the digital tipping point. Over half our annual revenues from digital sales, so we've , a little bit like in other industries like newspapers or music or in broadcast, that it is time to the switch in how we primarily make and our products." He : "I am increasingly confident and excited about this."

Pearson said a huge advantage of digital books is that they can continually updated, which teachers will always access to the latest versions of textbooks. Mr Fallon said Pearson would its current business model of printed course books every three years. He said this model has the industry for over four decades and is now past its use-by date. Fallon said: "We by engaging and sharing with others, and a digital environment you to do that in a much more effective way." He added the digital books will to the "Netflix and Spotify generation". Textbook writers are worried they will less from their books as digital products are sold on a subscription basis.

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