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e-text

electronic text

e-text

(Electronic-TEXT) An umbrella term for text in digital form. It may refer to plain ASCII text, to e-books or other electronic formats. See e-textbook, e-book and ASCII text.
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Students select the e-text tab and the full textbook is opened onto the desktop, with the Table of Contents appearing on the left side of the screen.
An Empirical Evaluation of a Broad Ranging E-Text Adoption with Recommendations for Improving Deployment Success for Students, e-Journal of Business Education & Scholarship of Teaching, 10(2), 1-14.
Courseload is an aggregator and distributor of e-texts and digital course materials.
Further, while the e-text research is limited--partially due to rapid changes in technology and media--there is a reasonable knowledge base about e-text design and instructional strategies to guide us, using what we already know about effective reading instruction.
Two of them, access to online information and access to course-related print information through e-text, occupied a big portion of adaptive tech providers' time then, as it does now.
Consumer spending on mobile apps stores and e-text content is expected to triple by 2016 — from $18 billion in 2012 to $61 billion, Sabia added.
The modules include lab simulation activities and interactive e-text chapters that focus on specific concepts.
The cases discuss topics such as a study of higher education services marketing in Asian markets, the quality of university services and market segmentation, search engine advertising, the role of a full-time adjunct professional in providing quality education and the implication for institutional marketing, organizational survival techniques for competition, converting e-text to knowledge, a transnational collaborative approach, institutional repositioning and networked learning, academic freedom and ethics vs.
In order to help state and local school systems design thoughtful curriculum guides and select instructional materials (text, e-text, and ancillaries) that are essential supports for implementation of the CCSS, it is necessary to connect those who have constructed the "Common Core State Standards" in mathematics with those members of the educational community who are expert in designing, developing, and implementing mathematics curriculum resources and instructional programs.
I FORESEE THE PUBLISHING HOUSE of the future offering, for instance, a poet's latest work in multiple formats simultaneously, each at a different price: an e-text version with links to all current reviews or related scholarly and popular comment; a hard-copy text, produced and delivered to one's home as a single print-on-demand traditional book (with cheap and pricey paper and binding-quality options to choose among); a limited-edition fine press hand-printed copy in a leather binding, signed by the poet; or a video or audio of the poet herself reading the text.
Any e-text free on the Internet can be on your Kindle quickly and without cost.