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e-textbook

(Electronic-TEXTBOOK) An educational or instructional book in digital form. As more students use their laptops and smartphones on a daily basis, e-textbooks are increasingly taking the place of printed books. See e-book and e-text.
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Avita has a description of the e-textbook which informs us that the text is supplemented with the newest scientific research results, which confirms BELMA requirement for factual integrity.
In this section, we present an overview of research works on the visualization of temporal information, and the potential use of Wiki as a teamwork platform for collaborative e-Textbook development.
The Ken Chad report cites a recent strategic review by the University of Manchester, which suggests that 'a library led e-textbook service leads to higher engagement, increased student satisfaction and a reduction in costs.'[5] However, without any increase in budgets, many libraries are understandably reluctant, or unable, to take on the role of funding institutional access to textbooks.
forEst developed its "ATLS" tablet-based e-textbook platform to provide students with personalized questions based on each user's level of skill.
The e-textbook runs six chapters--introduction, biodiversity, natural resources, energy, water, global climate change--with each written by an interdisciplinary team of scholars and teachers.
and Canadian college students purchased an e-textbook in the fall of 2016, according to the National Association of College Stores.
Further, a study at Northwest Missouri State University found that 40% of their students not only disliked the electronic texts, but agreed with the statement "I study less because the e-textbook makes studying more difficult" (Young 2009).
In developing the curriculum, staff created a cast of characters, present throughout the e-textbook content, who help drive the lessons forward.
Tauris Publishers, 2014, ISBN-13: 978-1780761169, 522 pp., $117.17 (Hardcover), $22.31 (Paperback), $31.02 (E-Textbook).
"What we have done this year in all the colleges of Higher Technology is that we have taken away all the paper text books and replaced every single regular paper text book with an e-textbook that can be accessed using different mediums such as iPads, laptops and iPhones," said Housley.