E-Book Benefits and Potential in Higher Education

| December 16, 2019

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Students nowadays rely on technology for almost everything because they can find it entangled in every part of our culture. They already know how important technology is and how can affect the way we play, learn, read and work. Given the mobiles and various wireless devices, students from all around the world rely on technology to satisfy their huge appetite for knowledge at any time and place. Long are the days when students had to wait for classes to get those long-awaited answers and clear their doubts. Now at the pace of the internet and e-book era, students have started to improve and change their reading and learning habits, requesting even different types of formats.

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