eTextbooks: Reasons Students Prefer Digital Reading Experience

The digital reading experience is fundamentally different from that of reading print material. Digital reading enhances the overall experience for readers with its dynamic nature of presentation and ability to bring content to life with interactive videos and animation. Digital publishing is transforming the face of education with eTextbooks and helping students enjoy the learning process. 

A study released by McGraw-Hill Education in partnership with Hanover Research has 3000 students voice their digital preferences in college education. It has useful insights on learning trends and helps in understanding why eTextbooks should be a serious consideration for academic publishers.

According to the study, 81% of students believe that digital learning technology is helping them improve their grades. The maximum benefit of edtech is in STEM subjects as 78% of college students confess that digital learning is helping them improve computer science, mathematics, and other technical skills.

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