Do they go together?
Of course, they do!
When you’re equipped with a PC and the know-how, there’s no stopping you from making the most of the benefits of computer use in a classroom!
One of the most pivotal parts of incorporating a PC in education is eBooks, here’s a sneak peek of how they can help you teach better:
1. Your students can now study anywhere and anytime
eBooks are portable and lightweight, making it easy to carry around. It also doesn’t take up much space and it is much easier to manage rather than carrying multiple textbooks. What’s more, a student can study in their own pace and comfort zone for as long as they need.
2. Accessible 24*7
An eBook doesn’t always require the internet. Your students can download and browse offline, allowing them to study even without the internet. Also, there will be no distractions this way!
3. Flexible Features
eBooks are easy to use – here’s why:
4. Edutainment! Edutainment! Edutainment!
You can click on links in the eBook which open interactive media such as presentations and videos, helping your students absorb in and remember concepts longer.
5. Save printing costs
eBooks are environment-friendly. It totally eliminates the printing process thus, saving printing costs.
6. Real-time updates
In an eBook, you can update your content on a daily basis. Teachers can always add up-to-date information, providing students with the latest learning material. This saves reprinting costs and the time involved in the process.
7. Easy on the eyes
Students can adjust the brightness of the screen according to the time of the day and depending on their preferences. They can even change the fonts of the text so that students won’t strain their eyes.
eBooks are all set to transform the learning experience in the near future – it’s a new kind of education enabled by PCs only to help you grow as a teacher!
Aarambh is a pan-India PC for Education initiative engineered to enhance learning using the power of technology; it is designed to help parents, teachers and children find firm footing in Digital India. This initiative seeks to connect parents, teachers and students and provide them the necessary training so that they can better utilise the PC for learning, both at school and at home.