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2 Alhammad, Rasha and Ku, Heng-Yu (2016) in their study entitled "Graduate Students' Experiences and Attitudes Toward Using E-Books for College-Level Courses," the purpose was to explore graduate students' perceptions on the use of e-books and their impact on learning. Researchers investigated the experiences and views of graduate students with respect to digital books. Mizarachi (2015) study "Undergraduates' academic information and library behaviors: preliminary results" the main idea of the article is focused heavily on comprehension levels of undergraduate students who use tangible textbooks against digital. Beyond the initial purpose, driving factors that alter behavioral preference patterns, the impact those patterns have on student comprehension within the learning environment. Finally, the study concentrates on individual learner engagement or disengagement in the course room due to the use of a digital textbook;
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