What a good idea! I think this might actually work. No mention of any e-reader support as such.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — Penn State, Indiana and Missouri are the first schools to participate in a USA Today initiative meant to test how students respond to electronic versions of printed newspapers.
The "e-Edition" is free for students, faculty and staff. USA Today says it's identical to the newspaper's print edition but with additional interactive and exclusive content. For instance, the Penn State edition, which officially launched last week, includes a university-themed story selected and written by the school.