It's easy enough to imagine downloading texts to read them on an iPad. But imagine being able to download single chapters, rather than full texts. Imagine  interacting with the content through quizzes and other feature or highlighting text for others to see and sharing comments on passages with classmates.
Those are some of the things promised by a new textbook application for the iPad that some universities in the U.S. began using this week.

It's easy enough to imagine downloading texts to read them on an iPad. But imagine being able to download single chapters, rather than full texts. Imagine  interacting with the content through quizzes and other feature or highlighting text for others to see and sharing comments on passages with classmates.
Those are some of the things promised by a new textbook application for the iPad that some universities in the U.S. began using this week.

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