The Digital Textbook Revolution [INFOGRAPHIC]

The way in which students access information is in a constant state of change. While many students are loyal to traditional textbooks, many seek to use more modern, digital textbooks in their studies. This infographic from outlines different aspects of the digital textbook revolution.

eBooks – These are often cheaper, lighter, and easier to store and transport than traditional textbooks.

Rentals – Companies offer both textbook and eBook rentals. Many students favor this over purchasing textbooks because it is less costly.

Tablets – Because they are lightweight and easy to use, tablets are a great way for students to access their textbooks digitally. Many programs allow students to interact with the text, making it an active learning experience.

Innovation – In addition to eBooks, other programs like education apps and iTunesU, are rising in popularity as a digital form of enabling learning.


2 comments for “The Digital Textbook Revolution [INFOGRAPHIC]

  1. February 27, 2015 at 10:41 am

    I like reading classical literature in paper books. But being a student, I see that innovations are one step ahead from our educational system. And I agree with those students who seek for using digital textbooks. I can read any books at my tablet, listen to different podcasts, watch educative videos and my favorite TV shows. 🙂 My tablet is always with me.
    Thanks for the interesting infographic!

  2. September 16, 2016 at 11:46 am

    The infographic is brilliant. But you know I don’t like e-books. Yes, they are more convenient than paper books but I don’t like the process of reading if I use e-book. I like the smell of paper) And I like to go book store. It is much more awesome than just download books.

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