The world's largest education will gradually phase out textbooks. Pearson will make all its resources "digital ". Pearson's CEO said: "We are over the digital tipping ." He said over half of annual revenues come from digital . He added that as in industries like newspapers or , "it is time to flick the switch in how we " create products. He is confident and excited about the .
A big of e-books is they can be . This means teachers can access the latest . Pearson will end its business of revising printed course books every three . This model has dominated the for 40 years. The CEO said e-books are a more way to learn. He added that e-books appeal to the "Spotify ". Textbook are worried they will earn less as digital products are based.