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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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Additionally, each chapter of the etext includes optional activities and recommended background reading.
How can use of math etext be integrated by teachers into instructional routine as an oral accommodation in a math resource room setting?
According to the company, the pilot, which is based on Indiana University's eText model, provides a timely way for universities to assess a new model for digital course materials.
What we learn can help to make eTexts and eContent common, affordable, available, and accessible to students and faculty across the nation.
But our students will be encountering more and more etexts, so helping grow their comfort level early will give them a head start as they enter college and beyond, if we are to continue to encourage their lifelong literacy in a tech-driven future.
Thomas Jefferson, Notes on the State of Virginia (1785), etext.
You should be able to buy an etext that will yield a satisfactory "book experience" on your dedicated reader, tablet computer, PDA, notebook, or even (shudder) cell phone.
E-zinc List, Etext Archives, and Factsheet Five) seem less willing to include girl e-zines, and thus reproduce the notion that the Web is a male-dominated space.
For more, read his piece, "The Etext Revolution: Rewriting the Textbook Model" (page 8).
It's an etext reader/ writer with multimedia and network capabilities.