e-text

(redirected from E-texts)
Also found in: Medical, Wikipedia.

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.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
We anticipate that, in those two grades, traditional paper texts will, in most cases, be replaced by excellent, engaging, and affordable e-texts.
An e-text is literally what all works are figuratively: nodes in a network.
Whilst the theorists above have provided an interpretive framework for analysing language and the visual elements of the e-texts, it is also necessary to analyse children's non-verbal responses, as they convey important information about children's engagement with multimodal texts.
Libraries and commercial aggregators need to work collectively to produce a single source list of all of the available e-text and digital online services that may be accessible.
Although no one expects e-texts to take off like iPods, publishers and textbook wholesalers think there's a market for books that weigh nothing, can be searched by key word in a snap and allow you to highlight and take notes right on the page and wipe it clean.
He proposes that e-texts can increase comprehension because they may include graphics, photos, and animation.
All e-texts will include Teacher Editions with answers, lesson plans, standards and review activities.
Regarding emerging technologies, the survey found that 4% of university and college teachers are currently using e-texts and 42% expect to be using them within two years.
January 11th Summit to Focus on e-books, e-texts, e-classes for 21st Century Higher Education
The texts used as exemplars or catalysts for activities are accessible and the increasing importance of e-texts is recognised, although this area could have been explored in more detail.
Another way in which these books would be useful for teachers is as a resource for finding and choosing different e-texts.
Many believed that e-texts could be produced far more cheaply than paper ones and that numerous middlemen might be eliminated.