Replacing textbooks with computers would also jeopardize your physical health.
According to the article, “Computer-related Injuries,” it states that, “long periods of using a computer can increase your chance of developing an injury.” After reading this, it reminded me of my mother.
Increasing computer use by replacing textbooks with them would only result in a disaster.
Using computers rather than textbooks will reduce concentration, rise school spending, and increase the risk of injury.
To be completely honest, I normally did other things like listen to music or play games as I attempted to read the computerized book.
Therefore, using the computer rather than a hardcover textbook showed many more distractions and much less concentration.The question this leads many people to ask is, should students’ textbooks be replaced by notebook computers in the classroom?There is no doubt computers are powerful tools — after all, they are used for almost everything we do today.37 comments Favorite Quote:“A good novel tells us the truth about its hero; but a bad novel tells us the truth about its author.” G. Chesterton "And you, you ridiculous people, you expect me to help you." Denis Johnson Many people think that computers should replace textbooks because they are cheaper.However, I believe that computers should not replace textbooks.If schools replaced textbooks with computers (like an i Pad), the school would be spending 9 or more for just one i Pad.On top of that price, the school would have to pay around for each virtual textbook.However, the license to use the textbook on the i Pad would only last one year.If that i Pad could even last for five years within the hands of one student, “the e-textbooks plus the i Pad would cost schools more than a hardback textbook,” says “Are You Ready, Schools?In contrast, you can guess that these students who didn’t use computers for textbooks probably were much more focused and were able to concentrate and grasp the concept held within the schoolbook.I can actually relate to this concept within my own life.