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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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Another way in which these books would be useful for teachers is as a resource for finding and choosing different e-texts.
Alternate format producers want a single electronic file as a master to efficiently create a variety of formats, including e-text, braille, DAISY- and ISO-DAISY-compliant books, and other digital audio MP3 formats (Council on Access, 2003).
One of the thousands of students getting ready for the start of fall classes Monday, Parisian had a chance to pass up a heavy, hardbound accounting textbook in favor of what could be the Next Big Thing: electronic textbooks, or e-texts.
All of the EDUCAUSE/Internet2 pilots will be discussed during the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference 2012 at the following session: EDUCAUSE and Internet2 E-Text Initiative: Lessons Learned and Looking Forward, November 8 in Denver, Colorado.
All courses come complete with fully customizable interactive and engaging student activities, an e-text, assignments, quizzes and tests, and are delivered in a safe and user-friendly online environment, incorporating collaborative tools such as message boards, digital drop boxes, chat rooms, and teacher to teacher file sharing.
He concludes that librarians must devise new "flexible" methods for humanities e-text selection.
This includes alternate format documents in Braille, Large Print, Audio and E-text for visually impaired and print disabled customers.
This article, using a definition by Hockey (1994), defines an electronic text, or e-text, as "primary source material in the humanities rather than journals and reference works.
Digital content use, including online textbooks, e-text and open source content, is on the rise with 42 percent of faculty and 33 percent of students reporting that they use it as an educational tool.
Our football administration department now uses e-text to send information to players such as changes to training schedules and travel information," said Reading's Head of Communications, Andrew West.
March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- One of the largest public university e-text research trials is currently being conducted by Northwest Missouri State University and McGraw-Hill.