Advantages And Disadvantages Of Electronic Books

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Humans have developed a coping mechanism, to cope with the fast changes the world undergoes each second due to the advancements in technology. Those changes can be easily noticed such as, how people gather most of their data from internet instead of a book, and the students’ usage of an online platform to check their grades, and to view the assignments set to them by teachers/professors. To cope with these advancements, schools are also considering converting traditional books into electronic books for lower grades schoolers. Transforming traditional books into electronic books will have many disadvantages, and might cause conflicts to lower grades students such as, decreasing their comprehensive skills level, and their concentration, damaging the students’ eyesight, trying to regulate the students’ hyperactivity, and curiosity, and the undeniable importance of developing, and depending on the students’ senses at that age. Throughout the past centuries, traditional paper books have been introduced, and used as a way of teaching, and have shown the ability to increase the students’ comprehensive skills by creating a connection between the physical book, and the student. Forcing the student to only concentrate at the book without any other mean of distraction. However, this relationship is hard to obtain between a human, and a device. Pursuing this further, an electronic device can easily distract students with the pop-up advertisements, and notifications which makes it
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