Attenborough, J. A., & Abbott, S. (2018). Leave them to their own devices: Healthcare students’ experiences of using a range of mobile devices for Learning. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 12(2). A study of students’ experiences using tablets in their classes and clinical placements at a School of Health Sciences in the UK.
Kalir, J. H. (2019). Open Web annotation as collaborative learning. First Monday, 24(6). A discussion of how open web annotation with Hypothes.is can be used for collaborative learning.
Mennenga, H. (2016). Nursing student perceptions of digital textbooks: A pilot study. Nursing Education Perspectives, 37(2), 107–109. A study of undergraduate nursing students, looking at how they accessed e-books and the positive and negative features of the technology.
Pierard, C., Svihla, V., Clement, S., & Fazio, B.-S.(2019). Undesirable difficulties: Investigating barriers to students’ learning with ebooks in a semester-length course. College & Research Libraries (forthcoming). A study of graduate education students’ perceptions of e-books from various platforms and the challenges they encountered in using them.
Ross, B., Pechenkina, E., Aeschliman, C., & Chase, A.-M. (2017). Print versus digital texts: Understanding the experimental research and challenging the dichotomies. Research in Learning Technology, 25. A review of the literature surrounding the usage of e-books in education with recommendations on how they can best be implemented.
Stirling, A., & Birt, J. (2014). An enriched multimedia eBook application to facilitate learning of anatomy. Anatomical Sciences Education, 7(1), 19–27. An article comparing the learning outcomes for first year medical students in Australia studying anatomy using a multimedia e-book versus traditional instruction.
Tang, Y., & Barnett-Ellis, P. (2017). Nursing students’ learning experience with e-books. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 43(1), 67–71. An exploration of nursing students’ opinions regarding e-books, how they accessed and used them, and what problems they encountered.
Zhang, T., Niu, X., & Promann, M. (2017). Assessing the user experience of e-Books in academic libraries. College & Research Libraries, 78(5). A study of users’ experiences with e-books from an academic library collection, including usage data and task analysis.