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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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The eText links readings of historical events such as Native American removals, Japanese-American internment, and contemporary articles on the erosion of voting rights for African Americans.
What skills do students need to efficiently use etext technology as an oral accommodation and what is an effective method of developing those skills?
Participating universities get McGraw-Hill eTexts, the Courseload reader and annotation platform integrated with their Learning Management System and can be part of a joint research study of eText use and perceptions.
Universities also have important electronic publishing efforts, for example, Brown University (www.stg.brown.edu) and the University of Virginia, (etext.lib.virginia.edu) are pioneers in e-book and library technology as well as collection building.
(9.) Thomas Jefferson, Notes on the State of Virginia (1785), etext.virginia.edu/toc/modeng/public/JefVirg.
Therefore, resource sites can be incomplete, out-of-date, and not well-managed, which has lead researchers to note that e-lists 'can make the process of locating girl-produced e-zines as frustrating as it is exciting.' (29) Additionally, 'the more comprehensive and better managed e-zine lists and review guides (e.g., 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.' (30) Since no central archive for international feminist-oriented zines existed, one of my main goals with Grrrl Zine Network has been to create such a grrrl-positive virtual space.