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It’s been almost a year since the country closed its doors and schools are still adjusting to the new standard of distance and hybrid learning environments, with a new reliance on digital books. While eBooks and audiobooks were already a part of many classrooms before COVID-19, they are now a staple and likely will remain so for the foreseeable future.

Schools are increasingly turning to digital books to engage students in all subjects and encourage reading. Usage has been on the rise for years, but now eBooks are more critical than ever, especially with disruptions in the physical book supply chain. With the digital switchover in full swing, it’s important to understand how digital books work, including the differences between the price and availability of digital and print books.

In addition to benefits such as 24/7 access, flexibility, and no risk of damage or loss, e-books and audiobooks support learning from Kindergarten to Grade 12. several ways.

Teachers can individually assign program-based titles to students through 1: 1 or personal devices. This means that students get the books they need, when they need them. This is because students are not limited by school construction hours, which allows them to get e-books on weekends or for summer reading programs. Additionally, digital offers the most profitable buying options depending on how long a title takes and the number of students who need to access it.

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