To delo je na voljo pod pogoji slovenske licence Creative Commons 2.5:

priznanje avtorstva - nekomercialno - deljenje pod enakimi pogoji.

Celotna licenca je na voljo na spletu na naslovu V skladu s to licenco je dovoljeno vsakemu uporabniku delo razmnoževati, distribuirati, javno priobčevati, dajati v najem in tudi predelovati, vendar samo v nekomercialne namene in ob pogoju, da navede avtorja oziroma avtorje in izdajatelja tega dela. Če uporabnik delo predela, kar pomeni, da ga spremeni, preoblikuje, prevede ali uporabi to delo v svojem delu, lahko predelavo dela ponudi na voljo le pod pogoji, ki so enaki pogojem iz te licence oziroma pod enako licenco.


Read about phobia , its opposite and then discuss the topic.

A phobia is a Greek loan word meaning a person’s exaggerated, irrational, unnatural fear of a thing or situation. Such a person’s fear and negative feelings are given a name. For example, claustrophobia is the fear of enclosed spaces. As a result, the fear of technology can be classed as technophobia as opposed to technophilia, which refers to the love of technology. The word does not necessarily mean a serious, ‘to-be-treated’ disorder, so the word a technophobe can also humorously label a person who has developed a rather negative attitude towards technology by criticising it and/or rejecting it in general. And the same goes for the electronic book. A technophobe would probably object to it, finding many excuses in favour of print books, just to avoid another technological challenge.
Nevertheless, what really matters is reading and not the format.

Are you more a technophile or a technophobe? Why? Explain in your notebook. Next, listen to the recording to complete the questions below.

How are books changing ? They are turning electronic.
Why do print_book lovers feel phobic? They fear the end of the print book.
What seems to_be beyond readers' control ? The future of the paper book.
What is the main_purpose of the_book ? The book is meant to be read.

There are different words related to a book when talking about its use, depending on whether we use a print book or an e-book. Drag and drop the verbs in the list below in the right grid.

borrow/lend burn check in check out gift-wrap tear click download pinch scroll swipe tap arrange browse buy burn destroy search/find store fold turn off
print book

Watch the video about handling both book formats.

In your notebook, put down three pros and three cons of either use and then compare your writing with your partner. Do not forget to justify your ideas.