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E-books become important educational medium in Germany

Wednesday 14 October 2015 | 10:34 CET | News
E-books have gained importance as an educational medium, according to a survey on behalf of IT association Bitkom among 2,325 people aged 14 or older. It found 38 percent of e-book users read digital books for their job, training or studies. It said 48 percent of pupils and students read them to study and 47 percent of workers use them for their apprenticeships and in-house training.

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Bitkom
Countries: Germany
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