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Role of E-book by sagor

  1. 1.  History  E-Book in Bangladesh Education Board  Present Scenario  Format of E-Book  Advantages of E-Book  Compare with paper based books  Market share  Problems of E-Book  Prospects of organization  Conclusion  Recommendations
  2. 2. A book is a set of written, printed, illustrated, or blank sheets, made of ink, paper, parchment, or other materials, usually fastened together to hinge at one side.
  3. 3. An electronic book (E-book) is a book-length publication in digital form, consisting of text, image, or both, and produced on, published through and readable on computers or other electronic devices.
  4. 4.  Thomas Aquinas is the first innovator of the EBook.  That is first prepared by Roberto Busa in late 1940.  The Next version of Electronic books introduced -1960s from the NLS Project at Stanford Research Institute (SRI).  Electronic Book Technology group’s Extensive work was Dyna Text, the first SGML Based Book reader. System.  The desktop Prototype for a proposed notebook computer, Dynabook was launched in 1970.  In 1992, Sony launched the Data Discman.
  5. 5.  Primary level books  In PDF format  Easy to access  All books are available (Class 1-10)
  6. 6.  E-Book has a large market and is giving paper based book a very tough competition.  It promote reading, faster production, easy updatable, and portability.  Eco-friendliness.  At present more than 12.8 million people read different forms of E-Book.  E-Books are become more popular day by day.
  7. 7.  E-Books can be published in a variety of file formats.  aeh, .djvu, .epub, .fb2, .html, .azw, .lit, .prc, .mobi, .exe, .pdb, .txt, .pdb, .pdf, .ps, .rgo, .pdb, .tr2, .tr3.
  8. 8.  Apple iPad  Sony Reader  Kobo eReader  Amazon Kindle, Kindle Fire (color), Kindle Touch, Kindle Touch 3G.  Samsung Galaxy
  9. 9.  E-books are delivered almost instantaneously.  E-Books are portable  Easy to read E-Books everywhere  E-Books are searchable.  E-Books is printable.  E-Book is eco-friendly.  Reduce paper.
  10. 10.  Easy to Travel  Price  Speed
  11. 11. Storage facilities Font Adjustment Night readers
  12. 12.  It reduces the uses of the paper which are made form the wood .  E-readers don't use any paper, but they still have a significant carbon footprint. For some readers, traditional books are the greener option.  Make green environment.
  13. 13.  E-Book Readers can cost money  Programs need to be compatible with the computer or device  E-Book Readers require power  Programs need patching for security vulnerabilities  E-Books can be hacked  E-books do not have a defined life  E-Books can cause eyestrain  Not all book formats are compatible with the reader
  14. 14.  Low price  Long lasting  Sold chapter basis  Make more available all kinds of books  More special interest books, such as cookbooks and travel guides.
  15. 15.  The emergence of E-Books as a central part of the information experience requires libraries to think differently about how to meet the needs of their users.  While E-Books will not replace print books in the near future, users are rapidly adopting them as complementary to print books.  Users value the convenience and ease of access that E-Books provide and are engaging in new forms of book content usage to take advantage of their libraries’ growing eBook collections.
  16. 16.  The formats of using e-book should be easier. So it will easy for the user.  Libraries may invest in e-books to complement their collection of print books.  Special interest books, such as-cookbooks, travel guides should be offered as e-books with interactive features.  More publishers should offer multimedia content in e- books.

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