Study.Net and Inkling Partner to Bring Interactive Textbook Chapters into Coursepacks

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Students now have case studies, journal articles and their textbook reading in one place.

For the first time, case studies, interactive textbook chapters and other articles are all available in one convenient, cross-platform spot.

Study.Net, the leading provider of web-based services for aggregating, managing and delivering digital learning content, and Inkling, the premier platform for interactive textbooks in higher education, announce a new partnership today. Inkling’s library of titles is now integrated into Study.Net, so that educators can add textbook chapters to their class’s digital coursepack, alongside case studies from leading publishers.

“We’re thrilled to be working with Study.Net to ensure that it’s even easier for students to get the best learning content, on any device,” said Matt MacInnis, CEO of Inkling. “For the first time, case studies, interactive textbook chapters and other articles are all available in one convenient, cross-platform spot.”

From embedded video case studies to interactive quizzes and shared notes, textbooks on Inkling are more engaging and flexible than their print counterparts. Inkling works directly with major publishers like McGraw-Hill, Pearson, Wiley and others to rebuild their textbooks from the ground up for iPad, iPhone, PCs and Macs.

The new partnership with Inkling continues Study.Net’s long tradition of working with premier universities, programs and publishers to provide a one-stop, full-service solution for students and educators. Educators can easily aggregate cases, articles and chapters into one digital coursepack for any class they teach, and students can use that coursepack across devices with a simple login.

“Study.Net has always been committed to bringing the best learning content to educators and students in an engaging and accessible way, whether as the leading distributer for popular case studies or as a new channel for an interactive textbook platform like Inkling,” said Jay McGoodwin, President of Study.Net.

All titles and chapters in Inkling’s library will be available for inclusion in Study.Net digital coursepacks starting on August 1st. You can see Inkling’s full library of available and coming soon titles on its website, Inkling and Study.Net will also be hosting a joint webinar to explain how their partnership works on July 25th, and you can register at

About Inkling:
Inkling is reinventing publishing in the era of iPad, and we've started by redefining the book. Starting with the world’s best textbooks from leading publishers, Inkling rebuilds each from the ground up into enhanced, engaging and interactive experiences. But it's about more than just books. Look between the lines, and you’ll see a revolution in publishing: a new platform for creating, distributing and consuming media-rich, interactive content. Based in San Francisco, Inkling is backed by Sequoia Capital, and partners with the world's leading educational publishers. For more information, visit

About Study.Net:
For the past decade, Study.Net has been a leading provider of web-based services used to aggregate, manage, and deliver digital learning content for the higher education market. Our one-stop, full-service solution gives students and educators a convenient and effective way to maximize the teaching and learning experience, that ultimately improves student performance, generates high customer satisfaction, and enhances a school's or program's reputation.

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