19 Sep 2013 by Paperlit

Arteviva goes live with Paperlit

Giunti Editori continues its progress in the space of digital publishing in the educational sector. The division of Giunti Editori specialized in school products, "Giunti - Tancredi Vigliardi Paravia Editori", has taken its volume-course of Art History, Arteviva and Arteviva plus, digital with Paperlit on the Windows 8 platform.

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Through a dedicated Windows 8 App, high school students have access to all the information recommended by their course of study, taking advantage of all the features a tablet and a PC can offer, such as underlining, note taking, bookmarking, do interactive quizzes and drawing.

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Each volume includes countless digital contents, providing users with a wide variety of ways to learn.

Here are just some example of what students can do:
- test their knowledge through interactive tests;
- use interactive tables to learn names and details of all the architectonic elements;
- listen to the short summaries provided at the end of each unit;
- underline text add bookmarks and note.

Giunti's continued commitment to taking traditional text books to the next level is refreshing and gives students an alternative way to get hooked on studying. As a father of a fifteen and eighteen years old in the Italian school system, I can personally say that any innovative way we can invent to get our kids more interested in their school material is valid and valuable. Bravi Giunti! Bravi Paperlit!

 

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