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However, officials at Stern, Carey, and Boston University all note that they faced little to no resistance from professors, almost all of whom were eager to implement the devices into their classes. Plus, some professors laud the cost savings to both students and the school. "A good e-reader eliminates the students' need to use lab printing resources, the cost of which is often deferred to the students through per-page printing fees," says David Schuff, associate professor of management information systems at Temple University's Fox School of Business. "These savings are in line with the sustainability efforts taking place in universities, like Temple, reducing our own printing costs and paper waste."