|Along with the copyright issue that Ms. Sumn mentioned, you might have another problem to deal with.|
You can get scanning software that offers the option to scan the source as "editable text". However, even in the best of conditions, the results are far from perfect, especially if there is a lot of formatting, tables, etc. present in the source material.
In your case, I think the binder is going to be a issue. Whenever I've scanned a book (or even some magazines) you get a lot distortion at the binder and the scanning software can't determine what characters it sees.
Unless you plan to destroy the book by removing the pages or crushing the binder, you might not get easily editable results.