|Title||The changing landscape of e-textbooks: smarter, interactive and engaging learning|
|Authors||Kwan, I., Wright, T. and Rhodes, G.|
The increasing popularity of texts in electronic format with improved availability from the mid-1990s has resulted in a transformation in the landscape of e-textbook provision. This was hugely driven by new technologies enabling students to view, edit and personalise e-books utilising mobile devices. E-textbooks are now smarter, more interactive and richer in content. These features can be utilised to enhance teaching and as a result students can engage in learning in new ways.
|Conference||Westminster Learning and Teaching Symposium|