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Old 02-14-2011, 01:49 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Maggie Leung View Post
Agreed. Learning a foreign language would be easier with a mix of text and video, for instance. Lots of possibilities for teaching, say with medical books that might show bio functions, operating techniques and such. Books on travel, art and architecture are other possibilities.
Yes, textbooks would be good to enhance this way. Many already come with supplementary CDs (that almost no one uses because it's a pain), it would be much more convenient if the supplementary audio clips and such could be embedded directly in the textbook.

And I can imagine the enhanced NatGeo was just great.
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