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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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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).
Given the success to date of the e-textbook, the EDUVATION network now has plans to expand its use beyond primary grade levels.
Sharifa explained: "In addition to the e-textbook supplied by traditional publishers, faculty and staff have created two e-text books that are a supplement to the traditional e-text books.
Through an expanded group of resellers, e-textbooks and comprehensive tools from the Vital Source Bookshelf platform are now available in more than 200 countries and territories including 28 new locations that include India, Australia, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Africa, the Middle East and countries represented by the Gulf Cooperation Council.
As digital content adoption and e-textbook use grows worldwide, the VitalSource Bookshelf platform provides C&E Publishing with comprehensive tools to expand the reach of e-textbooks to a broader audience.
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Ingram Content Group's leading e-textbook solution, and Taylor & Francis, a global publisher of quality academic books, journals & online reference content, today announced an innovative product alliance, Routledge Interactive.
According to the National Association of College Stores (2010), national e-textbook revenue in 2010 was 3% of total textbook revenue, but that share was expected to grow to 10 or 15 percent by 2012 (Foderaro 2010; Schuetze 2011; Krapfl 2011).
Ingram Content Group's leading e-textbook solution for publishers, academic institutions, and students, today announced that sixty new publishers have added more than 35,000 new digital textbooks and online course materials to its VitalSource BookshelfA platform.
In the context of the mobile-enabled, always-connected, social-network-savvy user, the e-textbook will change everything.
Access to an interactive e-textbook, video clips, a test bank, and instructor and student resources is included.