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e-text

, electronic text book (ē′tĕkst′)
Any online instructional resource that organizes knowledge and guides learning.
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Yet, having spent a few months away from my office and my book collection, I have begun to value the portability of e-texts.
This collection is available as an e-text in the University of North Carolina's digital collection, "Documenting the American South.
An online version of the text is also available; the e-text has several useful features associated with it, including a search function, Web links, and an interactive study guide.
The technology is integrated into the E-Text Reader--priced at $79.
In both books, although they are illustrated with screen dumps, it is sometimes difficult to understand the point the writer is making without access to the e-text.
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.
I wouldn't feel like I was getting anything for my money," said Mari Hickman, a senior economics major who also passed on an e-text.
B (BNM 6603) and C (BNM 3995) preserve a rewriting of the E-text carried out in 1353.
College e-text publishing now shows profits for several major New York publishers, with rates of growth approaching 60 % a year.
Students in both the traditional in-class option and the Web-based online option subscribe to a Web-based E-TEXT in which all course assignments are described and examples are given.
End note: This e-text is a modified version of a review article on the long-term use of appetite-suppressant medications to manage obesity appearing in a 1996 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association.
To begin with, although the concordance is based on the e-text of Holland and van Nooten, he has not "restored" the meter, as they did - a decision of Lubotsky's that I, for one, applaud.