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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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Given the success to date of the e-textbook, the EDUVATION network now has plans to expand its use beyond primary grade levels.
Plymouth University's e-textbook programme launched this month, and has already provided more than 30,000 e-textbooks to the University's students.
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.
Rapid evolution characterizes the e-textbook market.
Access to an interactive e-textbook, video clips, a test bank, and instructor and student resources is included.
In addition, Pearson offers services which offer online tools which are in our view different and more advanced than an e-textbook.
Apple will raise a lot of awareness about digital textbooks and how education is going digital," said Osman Rashid, whose company, Kno, develops e-textbook software.
As a result, students reported that they would only buy an e-textbook if the price were approximately one-third the price of a printed book.
This is a digital tool but can't be called an e-textbook.