For one of my Information classes, I had to read part of a book called The Wisdom of the Crowds, by James Surowiecki. The material was interesting, but unfortunately it was so dense that I had a lot of trouble reading through the assigned pages. The print was small, and the sections of the chapters were simply divided into “I”, “II”, “III”, “IV”, and so on. To make this book better, I would first label each section of the chapter with a captivating title that is related to the section idea. A larger font would also help people stay focused on the chapter.