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  • Importance Of E-Books

    Are E-readers/E-books ‘Rekindling’ Love for Reading or Detrimental to Literature? E-readers -or electronic readers- are a new invention to the 21st century. Technology is obviously advancing and leaves nothing behind the times. The physical book is no exception - everything is changing. To someone who regards themselves as ‘computer illiterate’ the thought of an ‘electronic-book’ could sound daunting but e-books are slowly invading society as we know it. The establishment of the e-reader has changed the way people read as e-book downloads have definitely altered the way we view and distribute information. They have all the information contained in a book multiplied by a few hundred in a compact handheld tablet, but are these having too large…

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  • What Is The E-Book Reading Questionnaire

    Questionnaires about Chinese e-book reading habits ware made by Sojump, the biggest Chinese online questionnaire service platform since 2006. The questionnaire web link was circulate to Wechat users from 2016 June 22 to July 1. Since Wechat is the most popular social media application in China (China Internet Network Information Center, 2015), the questionnaire can be circulate to a large number of people in a short time. According to the record on the website, 585 valid questionnaires were…

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  • E-Books Disadvantages

    E-Book Benefits and Effects on Readers Technologies in society are changing the way we work and learn. Today one of the most popular ways to read is by tablet where people can purchase in app stores to buy his or her favorite books. But sometimes e-books have some adverse effects on memory. E-book is a revolutionary way of reading. Sometimes people with disabilities can benefit by reading e-books because of new technologies can annotate; also students can learn faster and improve reading…

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  • Pros And Disadvantages: Advantages Of The E-Book Reader

    Advantages of dedicated e-book Reader: • E-book readers like Nook create accessibility, are handy & less straining on user’s eyes than Computers. • Multiple books can be stored in one reader and are generally cheaper, so it’s both space & money saving. • Functionalities like dictionary, text-to speech and searches provide additional value to the user. For the success of e-book readers it is necessary to target the audience based on usage and age groups as this will help us marketing our devices…

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  • Pros And Cons Of E-Book And Paper Books

    Paper Books than Electronic Books among Students Do students prefer feel books in their hands or see them on a computer screen? Can they concentrate better using e-books or paper books? E-books came to existence before World War II with an American Engineer Vannevar Bush, who imagined the “memex” as a way for people to store and read great amounts of available information, but printed books began 560 years ago; memex is a device in which someone stores all his/her books (Manley and Holley,…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of E-Books

    of being part of the "anyone can write a book" club. Effortlessness of publishing by electronic means is both an asset and flaw as it renders illegal reproduction just as easy (Rambo). In addition, the lack of professional support is why the market is flooded with poorly written, edited, and presented E-books (Collings). Thus, legitimacy is an important concern as the deluge of deficient E-books further complicates matters for those seeking to establish themselves as a professional author. In…

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  • What Are The Disadvantage Of E-Books

    society, the use of electronic books increases as companies create electronic devices, such as iPads and Kindles, for easy access to buy books. In the education system, teachers are wondering whether to use electronic books for the classroom. With this debate between printed books and electronic books, many sources have argued about whether e-books are efficient and effective in the classroom. Do they create a benefit or a burden for learning? Three different sources will talk about e-books in…

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  • E-Books Vs Academics

    easier, and cheaper way of issuing students their text books. These academics do not have access to internet, or have a fancy high tech device. Some of these academics have special needs, or just simply get a migraine from staring at a monitor for too long. A person may shop around for colleges, like they do for a book in a book store. The only difference is that the book store does not tell you what to read or in what style you can read the book in. How is it that a student can spend…

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  • Alexandra Alter's Essay 'Your E-Book Is Reading You'

    In her persuasive essay “Your E-Book Is Reading You,” Alexandra Alter claims that through the use of digital books, reading books is no longer a private act by consumers. According to Alter, personal reading habits can now be tracked by the publishing world; used to improve book and e-book sales; and shared semi-publicly. Alter contends that in the pre-e-book era, the literature business could not know a person’s unique reading habits (for instance, whether a consumer even finished a book he or…

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  • E-Book Is Better Than Paper Book Essay

    E-book Is Better Than Paper Book Bill Gates once said “We’re changing the world with technology.” Some people think Bill Gates’ advanced technology might ruin our society. On the other hand, some people think his technology create a new world. In fact, technology is changing our world day by day. E-book is one of the examples. Nowadays, you can see people reading books with different devices, such as phones, tablets, or e-readers everywhere. Once you have one of those devices, you can read…

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