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College Course Materials Market Forecast 2015

出版商 SIMBA Information, Inc. 商品編碼 304512
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 66 Pages
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大學科教材市場預測:2015年 College Course Materials Market Forecast 2015
出版日期: 2015年05月05日 內容資訊: 英文 66 Pages


第1章 規模與結構

  • 簡介
  • 制度的種類
  • 線上課程
  • 學生和地方
  • 不景氣的影響
  • 入學者的增加預測
  • 高等教育的財政支援
  • 學費
  • 新興預算
  • 聯邦層級政策
  • 州層級政策
  • 社區學院
  • 加州
  • 德克薩斯州
  • 依據能力的教育

第2章 教科書

  • 簡介
  • 新貨教科書優勢
  • 教科書的未來
  • 中古教科書市場
  • 多媒體教材的成長
  • e-教科書漲到極限
  • 出版社成為數位學習解決方案提供商
  • Pearson
  • Cengage
  • McGraw-Hill
  • Wiley
  • 數位轉換的影響等

第3章 流通

  • 簡介
  • 校園書店維持關連性
  • Rafter
  • Follett
  • Barnes & Noble Education
  • Nebraska Book Co.
  • Chegg
  • Amazon等

第4章 結論與預測

  • 簡介
  • 結論
  • 預測


Product Code: CURP5552664

College Course Materials Market Forecast 2015 is the most recent in Simba Information's long line of analytic reports on the business of providing instructional materials to college students in the U.S.

This newest edition continues the tradition of proving actionable data on:

  • Changes in the higher education landscape;
  • How moving to digital is not the only change ahead for course materials;
  • The evolution of distribution models.

Simba continues to provide both sizing and context to the market segments for course materials. And, with this edition, Simba has further broken down segmentation of course materials with a more precise look at sizing and forecasts for new course materials and that segment's components-new print textbooks and multimedia materials (including etextbooks)-used textbooks.

Also, this latest edition continues to provide the context of enrollment, funding and policy changes, as well as competitive insight about traditional and emerging providers of course materials, and specific takeaways for content providers, distributors and industry observers.

Table of Contents


Executive Summary

Chapter 1: Size and Structure

  • Introduction
  • Institutional Types include Four-Year, Two-Year, Private, Public
  • Online Courses are Part of the Mix
  • Who the Students are and Where They are
  • Enrollment Skews Older
  • Recession Impacts Student Employment
  • Enrollment Growth Projected
  • State Fiscal Support for Higher Education Grows Healthier
  • Tuition Hikes Stabilize
  • Emerging Budget Themes in 2015 State Legislative Sessions
  • Fed Level Policy: Obama Budget Proposal Focuses on More Access
  • State Level Policy: Eying New Business, Delivery Models
  • Breaking Barriers in Community Colleges
  • Rewarding Innovation in California
  • Increasing Dual-Credit Courses in Texas
  • Competency-Based Education Builds Momentum
  • Table 1.1: The Mindset List of the Class of 2018
  • Table 1.2: Degree-Granting Postsecondary Institutions 2013-2014
  • Table 1.3: Percentage of Institutions with Distance Students by Enrollment, 2013
  • Table 1.4: Enrollment by Institution Type
  • Table 1.5: Undergraduate Enrollment by Age of Student
  • Table 1.6: Employed Undergraduate Students
  • Table 1.7: Projected Undergraduate Enrollment by Institution Type
  • Table 1.8: State Fiscal Support for Higher Education, FY2015 vs. FY2014
  • Table 1.9: Tuition and Fees, 2014-2015 vs. 2013-2014
  • Table 1.10: Selected U.S. Budget Items for Postsecondary Sector FY2015-2016 Appropriations & FY2016 Proposals

Chapter 2: Course Materials

  • Introduction
  • New Textbooks Still Dominate Course Materials
  • Textbooks Face a Future under the Dunce Cap
  • Used Textbook Market Tightens
  • Platforms Power Multimedia Materials Growth
  • Etextbooks May Have Hit Their Peak
  • Publishers Transform into Digital Learning Solutions Providers
  • Pearson Wraps up Major Restructuring in 2014
  • Students Tap into Cengage's MindTap
  • Digital Powers McGraw-Hill Higher Ed
  • Wiley Feels Pinch of Decline in Sales of Print Textbooks
  • Effecting Digital Transformation
  • Pearson Launches REVEL
  • Cengage Knewton Collaboration Coming to Market
  • Attracts Major Partners
  • Ingram Benefits from Consolidation Logistics Services
  • McGraw-Hill Embraces Open Source
  • Junction Education Looks to Monetize OER
  • Table 2.1: Share of Media Used in College Courses, 2014
  • Table 2.2: Sales of Key College Course Materials, 2013-2014
  • Table 2.3: Simba Information's Leading College Publishers, 2014 vs. 2013
  • Table 2.4: Selected Publisher's Digital Stats, 2014

Chapter 3: Distribution

  • Introduction
  • Campus Book Stores Maintain Relevance
  • Rafter Advocates for Text-in-Tuition Model
  • Follett is No. 1 Bookstore Operator
  • Barnes & Noble Education is Born
  • Nebraska Book Co. Sees Rental as Key
  • Chegg Shifts to all Digital
  • Amazon Sets up Shops on Campuses
  • Institutions Offer New Models
  • California Looks For Open Source Materials
  • UC Davis Tries Digital Hub All-Inclusive Pilot
  • New York Looks to Create Open Textbooks

Chapter 4: Conclusions and Outlook

  • Introduction
  • Conclusions
  • Outlook Strong New Course Material Growth in 2015
  • Table 4.1: Sales Forecast of Key College Course Materials, 2014-2018
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