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"...While my students did experiment with e-readers and Kindles, all of them reverted to paper books. They said they missed the sense of geography they enjoy with a real book, where they’re aware of how many pages the author has left to resolve the plot, and when they can flip back with ease to clear up a confusion. ..."
Completely agree with this (somewhat long) article. As much as I love technology and think that it can help with an education it cannot replace a book especially in the long run and ROI. When I worked at Apple it amazed me the percentage of schools that paid (with our tax money) rather than leased iPads, Macs etc. rather than lease the technology that has a shelf life of about three years. Curious as to Mr Espen's thoughts. ;-)