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25 Main Benefits OfEbooks

1.INTERACTIVITY. Students loved the way eBooks provide practically endless opportunities for interaction, ranging from simple websites to exchanges with authors.

  1. ACCESS. Students appreciated the fact that eBooks provide access to reading anytime, anywhere.
  2. VOCABULARY. The eBook makes it easier to learn new words, for example, by clicking on a word to view its de­nition.
  3. NOTE TAKING. Students enjoyed the many ways to annotate texts, audio, and video using a variety of apps.
  4. SEARCH. The eBook allows readers to ­nd words and phrases rapidly.
  5. READING ALOUD. The VoiceOver function available on certain tablets is helpful for young children learning to read or with reading problems.
  6. INDIVIDUALIZATION. The eBook o‑ers invaluable bene­ts for students with learning problems, including tailored content (e.g., supplemental pages or sections).
  7. LEARNING. Numerous studies have demonstrated the cognitive potential (i.e., increased learning) of the eBook, particularly for textbooks.
  8. UPDATES. The eBook allows publishers to continuously update content.
  9. FREQUENCY. Students wanted to read eBooks more often than traditional paper books.
  10. DURATION. Students spent more time reading eBooks than paper books.
  11. ORGANIZATION. Students reported that eBooks and eTexts were easier to organize and prioritize.
  12. ALL IN ONE PLACE. Students repeatedly stressed the practicality of reading on a tablet, where everything is in one place: dictionary, search engine, images, sound, etc.
  13. VARIETY. Students could readily access a wide variety of books and texts, and teachers regarded the tablets as a kind of world-scale library.
  14. QUANTITY. The most recent tablets can contain over 500,00 books, more than anyone can read in a lifetime. B. AFFECTIVE BENEFITS
  15. INTEREST. Students found reading eBooks more interesting than regular books.
  16. MULTIMEDIA. The multimedia content (images, sound, video) appealed to students and inspired them to read. 1
  17. ENJOYMENT. Overall, students enjoyed reading eBooks more than regular books.
  18. ADAPTATION. The eBook allows many ways of tailoring content for young readers: luminosity, font style, etc. C. SOCIAL BENFITS
  19. SHARING. Students can easily share what they are reading with others. More and more apps allow sharing comments and highlighted sections via social networks.
  20. NETWORKING. Students found it easy to share ideas about common projects.
  21. COLLABORATION. Students could collaborate in real time with their classmates when reading texts. D. OTHER BENEFITS
  22. SAVINGS. Schools can cut costs substantially over the medium term by introducing eBooks.
  23. ECOLOGY. The eBook has a lower environmental impact.
  24. PORTABILITY. Studies have shown that carrying heavy textbooks on a daily basis can negatively a‑ect students’ health.