Education and Didactics


On Making Books More Dynamic

Authors: Reza Hasanzadeh

The emergence of dynamic learning systems is inevitable. In a future not so distant from today reading tools have incorporated interactive elements that would have rendered the process of learning very rewarding.These systems are radically different from current reading tools in that they provide users with functionalities that try to act as the extensions of human brain. This note is an attempt to describe some elements of a (fictional) proto-humanity-first reading tool.

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[v1] 2018-11-24 03:54:44
[v2] 2018-11-24 07:20:19

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