Possible Aspects of E-Materials Application in the Teaching Process

9th International Scientific Conference Technics and Informatics in Education – TIE 2022 (2022) str. 96-100

AUTOR(I): Nebojša Denić, Zoran Nešić

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DOI: 10.46793/TIE22.096D


The effectiveness of the teaching process and learning is partly determined by the quality of the teaching material. Digital teaching material means all material that can be used and distributed in electronic form. This paper presents aspects of the application of e-materials in the teaching process, which are based on technological progress and the development of new possibilities. The paper discusses the types of e-materials as well as their role in the teaching process.


e-materials; teaching process; types of e-materials; electronic books; multimedia learning


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