What is the difference between ebooks, audiobooks and eaudiobooks?
Submitted by barb on November 25, 2009 - 6:43pm
Here are the definitions:
- An ebook is a digital representation of a printed book. One reads ebooks. Not all ebooks are downloadable (though many are), some can only be viewed within a browser, web app or webpage. See our ebook collections. There are also ebooks within World Book Encyclopedia and LearningExpress Library.
- An audiobook is a sound recording of a book. It may be in cassette tape, CD or MP3 format. One listens to audiobooks.
- An eaudiobook is a downloadable audiobook. Hoopla, Overdrive, OneClickdigital from Recorded Books have eaudiobooks.