The success of famed horror author Stephen King's experiment with electronic book technology this summer was encouraging to school officials intrigued by the technology's possibilities for K-12 education. But, despite pockets of innovation in a few schools around the country, how soon the technology becomes the "next big thing" for education might depend on two factors: the integration of multimedia capabilities into tomorrow's generation of devices and the willingness of textbook publishers to adapt their way of thinking


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