Digital tomes to hit school bookshelves

8th October 2010 at 01:00

More than 10 per cent of teachers are planning to use electronic books in the classroom in the next couple of years, a survey suggests. Around 4 per cent of the 120 teachers who took part in the research, organised by design specialist School Stickers, said they already used electronic books. But 87 per cent of teachers thought paper books would never be obsolete in the classroom.

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