Essay On Computers Cannot Replace Books

  • No computers are' not.....

    Because in computers (Internet) information could be wrong as well as correct. So in many cases it could lead you to a wrong end. While in books everything is revised and reviewed so whatever present is correct for sure. In conclusion, books are better than computers for all means including EDUCATION.

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    Choosing to read on a computer or going to the library can be a tough decision, to overcome this you might want to know which is going to be a more comfortable and satisfying experience. That’s why I prepared a paper on the advantages and disadvantages of books and computers:
    Reading on a computer has it's benefits yet it's complicated and studies have shown that if you read on a computer you will forget more then if you read a book or even a magazine: "Studies in the past two decades indicate that people often understand and remember text on paper better than on a screen." This is a passage taken from an article called: The Reading Brain in the Digital Age: Why Paper Still Beats Screens. Also computers can cause headaches because of the constant light going strait into your eyes.
    Books are big but they are simpler and can be carried almost everywhere. "Paper's greatest strength may be its simplicity." this is a quote also taken from an article called The Reading Brain in the Digital Age: Why Paper Still Beats Screens. Also some people would rather have the actual physical thing to read on, also people get more satisfaction when they finish a book:
    All in all both can be useful depending on where, and what kind of mood you are in.

  • No books are better

    I think books are better than computers because book have better grammar than a computer does. Sometimes book may have the wrong information but most of the time the information is right. Computers have the wrong information but some sight have the right info it just takes time to find a web site that has the right information.

  • Books Superior to Computers

    Generally, books are superior to computers in learning. Books teach people grammar, spelling, and punctuation through reading. The reliability of the book is as influential as the reliability of an Internet site, however, in the learning process. Learning from a poorly written book or a comic book is about as effective as learning from a junk website.

  • No, books is better than computer in terms of reading not research.

    Computer as so many disadvantages , weight gaining , eye problems, you can't even move around.
    Plus nobody wants to be fat like a big pig at home, anyways we all have our learning strategics, but for me books is better than computer in terms of reading not research, so deal with it.

  • No computer is not better

    Computer's rays are very harmfull to our eyes and we can read and learn with books any time ,any where and inn any position but in computer, our mind is not too much concentrated on what we read we only concentrate on the tabs and the viruses and the lights etc etc thats why books are better than computer

  • Computers have a lot of information but books are better for learning.

    Books are better because they don't create eye strain like reading off of computers do. There is just too much information available at on computers also. You can't keep on track because there is always a video or another webpage that holds more information. It keeps you from being able to focus on one thing well. Then the information you gained doesn't set in deep enough to actually learn it.

  • No, both have value.

    Computers and books both have a lot of information, and both have value. Also, while computers have a lot of information quickly, it is not always correct. People need to be careful with what sources they trust because anyone can create a webpage or post an opinion. It doesn't make it true. The majority of research reading I do online is from a scholarly journal that publishes online, which is still far more reliable than a webpage.

  • No I don't, book are better than computer

    Well , i would say books is the best to read from because as they say, for you to be able to read effectively you must concentrate, which means giving your full attention. Reading with computer is also good but there are more disadvantages to computer and some of the disadvantages is eye sight problem and you can take book anywhere for reading but you cant take computer, just when you are at home bored.

  • Because books give true information and they are written by true authors and published by true publishers.

    Internet - anyone can make a website and convince people that everything on the site is factual but the information made up by the person is actually fictional. Take Wikipedia for example - anyone can edit, even you can. There are no true authors and publishers for internet websites, however you can rely on the information you read in books because they have been written by real people (authors) and they have been published by real publishes who approve the contents.

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