Colorado Community Colleges Online just signed a deal with the Pearson Publishing Company to start getting required textbooks over the internet--a trend that one official predicts will spread to traditional classrooms within a few years, Colorado's 9News reports. The cost of college textbooks has sparked rallies at the state Capitol, prompting a change in the law to ease the pain in students' pocketbooks. "It can be pretty expensive," said Morris Bundy, a student at the Community College of Aurora. "I spend at least $300 altogether on just three books." Lisa Cheney-Steen, executive director for learning technology at Colorado Community Colleges


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