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A traditional print book usually contains text comprised of written characters, scenes and plots or it encompasses instructional data, biographic material or factual documentation.
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An audio book transfers the written script to digital format, which is often enhanced by award winning sound tracks and professional dialogue providers.
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Although audio books (also formerly known as books on tape) are not a new concept, the recent technological advances with digital imagery have made audio books accessible.
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Available on cassette tape, CD or in digital format, audio books offer more versatility than traditionally written texts because of their portability, and more recently, their affordability. North Face Realization With audio books, storage is not as cumbersome as with printed versions because the data is preserved digitally and whole volumes can be carried around in a shirt pocket or small purse.
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Although not suited for all students, especially those who rely heavily on visual or tactile methods of learning, audio books do, nevertheless, provide a more relative learning environment for students who face language, sight or interpretation barriers. men