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Stephen Downes

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This article (30 page PDF) is an exploration of "of available evidence regarding the use of interactive e-texts and their relationship to student learning experiences in post-secondary education." Drawing from a set of 33 articles, it looks at (quoted):

  1. the effect of interactive e-texts on student learning experiences;
  2. the relationship between interactive e-texts and academic performance;
  3. factors influencing student adoption and experience of interactive e-texts; and
  4. roles, responsibilities, and recommendations.

The authors report, "the important role of the educator in successful implementation of interactive e-texts was highlighted in the articles. Studies in our review emphasize educator comfort level with technology, willingness to be flexible, and their role in engagement and student motivation."


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