The integration of technologies such as MOOCs, lecture-capture systems, and video telepresence has broadened students’ access and choice and made education more “location agnostic.” But there’s still a major challenge in creating high-quality, engaging, and seamless experiences for online and distance learning students and educators. Most institutions are not there yet, which means that traditional face-to-face learning models in higher education will continue. Digital learning materials such as e-books have worked to reduce costs and provide a more personalized learning experience, yet studies show that millennials prefer reading from print books for both deep reading and enjoyment.1 For this reason, I don’t see traditional books going away anytime soon.