A New York City bookstore has announced it will no longer sell used textbooks in a move to help curb the growing use of e-books in classrooms.
The online bookshop Genesis Books has announced plans to sell used books and to provide a variety of content for its students.
The move comes as many universities and private libraries are looking for ways to curb the use of student laptops and tablets to read online.
Many colleges and universities are also looking to expand the use and accessibility of their e-readers to help students learn.
The New York bookstore, which also sells textbooks, will continue to sell digital books, and will provide students with a variety to choose from.