Digital Education

Can be printed, total or partially, always respecting the Copyright and according to the terms that the author or respective publishing house established. The online version can stimulate the acquisition of a printed version, and vice versa, according to the strategy of marketing and sales that are established as objectives. Allows you to organize a forum, debates, educational activities, around your content and promote the interaction of readers between if and with the author. You have instant worldwide distribution, at very low cost. It can be easily integrated to bookstores and libraries online. Rather than an analytical index can have a search engine that responds with whole paragraphs. May have notes in the margins that are enriching it, elaborated by the author himself or by his readers according to a participation mechanism. Your design may vary according to the technological capabilities and tastes of the reader that could customize the format and same aspect of the book. ons such as these.

A fuller library can count with bilingual versions which allows certain readers to leverage both versions easily. I want to express an observation that nowadays is common experience: children and young people from schools, today, do not have too much contact with paper books, moreover, are countless photocopies that are made of parts or chapters, u loose leaves, that you do not let them handle the entirety of the content of the work, or perform searches by index, and the excuse is the economic crisis that is happening, which makes is spent on vital needs, and departs from those needs the educational or cultural. The digital book can be a way of having more contact with the book conceived as a whole. Book online or? Printed version? The printed version is easily transportable, usable almost anywhere, is satisfying to the senses and stimulates continuous reading, from beginning to end, facilitates a fast global vision to browse it. Books on CD that have circulated in the market are encyclopedias and dictionaries; as well as fairy tales, fables and books to paint. The atmosphere of navigating through hypertexts and multimedia interfaces seems to better adapt to this type of reference books, which contain information chunks, relative autonomy, with cross-references. Yet it is not very comfortable to read an online novel or any long text that requires a sustained reading. An online book should be organized so read it pieces have meaning.

It is important to note that there are voice programs that make it possible to listen to the content to blind people, which is a notable technological advancement.An online book represents a challenge for its author and publishers because it is published in a medium very changeable, with diversity of heterogeneous visitors culture, age and geographies, and less controllable than a printed edition.Among the first experiences in this type of electronic publications, one of books pioneers online as digital editing and analyzing this new form of education media was that of the eminent authors Antonio M. Battro and Percival J. Denham, with your eBook online Digital Education (Ed. Emece) followed several more that you can visit in: Essentially, conclusion, can express that the great importance of the virtual libraries, either as a specific intent or by casual location, contribute to read more and to locate works that otherwise might never had read the visitor. That then great importance and greatly enhances this resource.