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Books, Tablets, E-readers and Typewriters

By Israel Galindo, Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning

Well, the debate about physical books vs. e-readers is on again. Recent articles about the pros and cons between books and digital books and “research-based” articles arguing the case against e-readers have cropped up, with passionate readers on either side of the argument. Then, there are those like me, who scratch their head about the assumption of a forced choice. For us, it’s not either-or.
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