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Thousands of school pupils and university students are curled up this Christmas with warm drinks, cosy blankets and a well-thumbed copy of the latest textbook prepping for impending January exams.
But this may become a vision of the past as the development of electronic alternatives takes over the good old-fashioned printed book of knowledge.
She also suggested that these technologies, which can be accessed anywhere anytime give the pupils more control over their learning than if reliant on classroom-based textbooks.
What do you think?
Do e-readers make learning more enjoyable? Given the widespread nature of the internet, would simply accessing it on a mobile device really change the way pupils prepared (don’t prepare) for lessons? Do e-readers give more control? Is this a vision State schools can afford to get behind?