This guide will help you to search, find, and download electronic books. In addition, it will also direct you to information about e-reader software, audio books, uploading e-books to e-readers, and how to cite e-books.
Most e-books are available to read online, while printing, copying, downloading, and audio features vary.
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An e-book, also known as an electronic book or digital book, is defined by The Oxford Dictionary of English as "an electronic version of a printed book." An e-book is also able to exist without any printed equivalent.
With the introduction of the digital book, critics and advocates have been engaged in the ultimate debate about the future of reading.
As technology continues to become a part of our everyday lives, do you think that e-books will eventually replace paper books?
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