Best Schools: Digital content will drive down education costs

The impact of the digital publishing revolution under way in education will take ten to 15 years to be fully felt.

11th March, 2012
Best Schools: Digital content will drive down education costs
Dermot O'Dwyer, Gill & Macmillan.

The impact of the digital publishing revolution under way in education will take ten to 15 years to be fully felt, according to a leading Irish publisher, but the good news for Irish parents is that the cost of educational content will ultimately be driven down.

That's the opinion of publisher Dermot O'Dwyer of Gill & Macmillan, who suggests that the Irish educational sector is in a transitional phase and that a fully plugged-in system is...

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