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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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An Empirical Evaluation of a Broad Ranging E-Text Adoption with Recommendations for Improving Deployment Success for Students, e-Journal of Business Education & Scholarship of Teaching, 10(2), 1-14.
The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of students' background on using e-texts in distance learning.
This vision of e-texts has yet to be fully realized, but schools are moving to integrate e-texts and digital curricula, and some authors and educational publishers are experimenting with multimodal composition.
In a conversation with French semiotician Philippe Bootz during the E-Poetry 2001 conference, he said that animation is the symbolic presence of the author in the text, and the cursor is the symbolic presence of the reader I see these presences as the intentions and desires that fuel the behavior of e-texts, which are encoded into the source document that is executed by a computer.
An e-text is literally what all works are figuratively: nodes in a network.
Maps, music, film, television, radio, and e-texts corne immediately to mind.
The 55 year-old's publisher Random House said the e-texts would be sold "wherever e-books are sold", The Telegraph reported.
The e-texts are readily available if you search the title in any search browser.
In this study, we have aimed to provide a detailed analysis of the responses of 4 young children while interacting with e-texts, in order to identify those responses, verbal and non-verbal, which indicate intense engagement with the e-texts.
Initial optimism about the possibilities afforded by the new media has now been replaced by more careful consideration of the ways in which e-texts and online editions may complement print or, if they are to replace print, how they may do so in a genuinely user-friendly manner that affords the user clear advantages over the print medium.
Some of this reading material can be provided by mainstream popular audio books and accessible e-texts that are available to consumers either online or as digital products, just like a bookstore or online shopping channel.
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.