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College Publishing Market Forecast 2011-2012 is the most up-to-date business information and market trends resource providing a complete view of the higher education market in the U.S. in a single-source format.

This newly updated report provides a complete analysis of market conditions and industry initiatives for the higher education instructional materials market. A key feature of the report is Simba’s partnership with R.R. Bowker PubTrack Higher Education to provide the most up-to-date retail sales data of books in the U.S. college market, broken down by publisher, disciplines and new and used titles. business market research reports

Topics in College Publishing Market Forecast 2011-2012 include:
* Market size by media segment: textbooks (new and used), multimedia materials and tools
* Drivers of segment growth
* Impact of emergent technologies, including digital tablets and other devices and e-textbooks
* Sales data by discipline
* In-depth assessment of the key community-college and for-profit career-college markets
* Analysis of landscape metrics: funding, policy and enrollment
* Developing trends in distribution
* Market segment projections through 2014
* Detailed profiles of leading providers of instructional materials and services

Table of Contents :
Executive Summary

Chapter 1: Size and Structure
College Books Account for 27% of Book Publishing Universe
Used Textbooks Show Persistence
Key Media in the College Classroom
eTextbooks Show Strong Growth
Average Textbook Prices Increase Moderately
Top 10 Publishers Account for 84% of College Market
Table 1.1: Growth in College Textbook Net Sales, 2000-2010 CAGR=7%
Table 1.2: Domestic College Instructional Materials Sales in Comparison to Other Publishing Categories, 2008-2010
Table 1.3: New Textbooks vs. Used Textbooks in the U.S., 2009-2011P
Table 1.4: Share of Media Used in U.S. College Classrooms, 2011P
Table 1.5: Average Textbook Price Comparison, New vs. Used, Academic Years, 2006-2010
Table 1.6: Simba Information’s College Publisher Index, 2009-2010

Chapter 2: Enrollment
Enrollment by Age
Enrollment by Gender
Diversity on the Campus
Full-Time vs. Part-Time Enrollment Changes
Public vs. Private Enrollment
Degree Distribution Shifts
Where the Students Will Come From
Table 2.1: Total Enrollment in Higher Education, 1994-2019P
Table 2.2: College Enrollment by Age, 1994-2019P
Table 2.3: Total Enrollment in Higher Education by Gender, 1994-2019P
Table 2.4: U.S. Enrollment Numbers by Race, 1994-2019P
Table 2.5: Total Higher Education Enrollment by Enrollment Status, 1994-2017P
Table 2.6: Fall 2009 Enrollment by Institutional Type
Table 2.7: Degrees Conferred, 1994-2019P
Table 2.8: Public High School Graduates, 2007-2008
Table 2.9: Public High School Graduates, 2017-2018P

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