Morton Publishing Company Announces Partnership with eBook Provider, Kno

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Morton Publishing Company Announces Partnership with eBook Provider, Kno

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Morton Publishing Company is committed to keeping up with the technological demands of students. Kno offers features and functionality that will change the way students use their textbook.

Morton Publishing Company, the Denver based textbook publisher, announced they will partner with Kno to offer customers electronic textbooks. These eBooks are available for purchase or as a six-month rental through Kno.com.

Many publishers have begun to offer eBook options to their customers, but until companies like Kno.com, these eBooks were just images of the printed book. Morton Publishing is working with Kno to offer a complete, functional product that is designed to change the way students learn information. This platform allows students to read the book, zoom in on images, turn labels on and off to quiz themselves, maintain an online journal of important facts from the book as well as add notes. Students can maximize their learning capabilities with feature-rich eTextbooks.

"Morton Publishing Company is committed to keeping up with the technological demands of students. Kno offers features and functionality that will change the way students use their textbook," stated Doug Morton, owner of Morton Publishing Company.

Select Morton Publishing titles are already available at Kno.com. Students are asked to establish a username and password at the site where they can organize their books for the upcoming semester. For more information on available titles and their features, visit Morton Publishing or Kno.

About Morton Publishing Company:
Morton Publishing Company is a small, privately owned college textbook company based in Englewood, CO. Since 1977, Morton Publishing has been dedicated to publishing high-quality textbooks and laboratory materials while keeping costs down so that books are affordable for students. Morton believes that high prices should never dissuade students from investing in their education. For more information about Morton Publishing, visit Morton-Pub.com or call 800-348-3777.

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