Std-8 Gujarati Sem-1 Digital E-Book Download

Std-8 Gujarati Sem-1 Digital E-Book Download

About Digital Textbook:

Hello friends, Today I present to you the textbook of Std: 8 first session Gujarati subject in pdf file format. This book is made in a digital format.  The affidavit and the national anthem are placed on the second page of this textbook.  

You have to click on the picture of the national flag to see and enjoy it.  In each unit of the book, video, synonyms, antonyms, idioms, quizzes, grammar, etc., are placed in digital form. For this, all the information is given on the first page at the beginning of the textbook.  

Std-8 Gujarati Sem-1 Digital E-Book Download

By clicking on the photograph of the author or poet in each unit, one can get an introduction about that author or poet. On the last page of this textbook, the author/poet of all the lessons and the quiz in the form of the lesson is given.  In addition, by completing the quiz given in Lessons: 6 to 10, you will also get a nice fun certificate online on your registered e-mail id.  

I really tried to make this a great book.  This book will be very useful for your school children to study at home during these epidemics. This Book is prepared by Sandip Kumar Prajapati. It is a great work by him. I think It is very helpful for students, teachers, and parents.

Gujarati Digital Book PDF Download

digital textbook is a digital book or e-book intended to serve as the text for a class. Digital textbooks may also be known as e-textbooks or e-texts. Digital textbooks are a major component of technology-based education reform. They may serve as the texts for a traditional face-to-face class, an online course or degree, or massive open online courses

There are many potential advantages to digital textbooks. They may offer lower costs, make it easier to monitor student progress, and are easier and cheaper to update when needed. Open source e-textbooks may offer the opportunity to create free, modifiable textbooks for basic subjects, or give individual teachers the opportunity to create e-texts for their own classrooms. 

They may offer better access to quality texts in the developing world. For this reason, many schools and colleges around the world have made the implementation of digital textbooks a central component of education policy. For example, in South Korea, reading materials in all public schools will be digitized by 2015. In the United States, the Federal Communications Commission aims for every student to be able to access e-texts by 2017.

STD 8 Gujarati Digital Book PDF

However, the transition to e-textbooks is costly, complex, and controversial. Students express a strong preference for printed materials in many surveys and across cultures. Many interconnected factors, from device access to digital literacy to teaching methods, affect the implementation of digital textbooks in the classroom. Issues of overall value, book quality, privacy, and intellectual property have yet to be resolved.

Because digital textbooks must be accessed through an electronic device, such as a laptop or e-reader, schools and colleges must determine how to provide access to all students. Many school districts are now offering "one to one" technology programs, in which a tablet or laptop is issued to each student. 

This ensures that all of the devices meet the same requirements (such as memory or software) and that all the devices can be networked, monitored, and upgraded together. However, the one-to-one model also imposes significant costs on school districts and brings up issues of privacy and personal use.

An alternative to one-to-one is to ask students to use their own electronic devices in class. This is called Bring Your Own Divide (BYOD) or, sometimes, Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT). BYOD allows students to choose their preferred device for studying. 

Compared to one-to-one, it decreases the technology and maintenance costs for institutions. But not all students' devices may be compatible with the digital textbooks require for a class, and the devices may not be able to network with each other. A BYOD approach may also count out students who cannot afford a computer, e-reader, or smartphone.

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