The University of Colorado Boulder participated in an electronic-textbook (e-text) pilot during the fall semester of 2012. The pilot, co-sponsored by Internet2 and EDUCAUSE, examined how nine sections of eight courses with 729 students used McGraw-Hill e-texts. This was done so that the University could better understand the support and pedagogical issues that might be involved with adopting e-texts in the future.
The Academic Technology Research unit in partnership with Caroline Sinkinson from the University Libraries recently completed an assessment of the library space in the Leeds School of Business. The study, titled "Student Patterns and Preferences in the William H. White Business Library Space," consisted of observations and interviews with students over two days in April.