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e-literature

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

e- +‎ literature

NounEdit

e-literature (uncountable)

  1. Literature published in electronic form, possibly incorporating hypertext and multimedia.
    • 1994, Educom Review (volume 29)
      [] working to incorporate today's realities into today's e-literature.
    • 2004, James A. Inman, Computers and writing: the cyborg era (page 145)
      Online libraries, literature, and e-literature can enrich the reading/writing experience for students even as the computer is improving access to instructional frameworks.