An online book is a resource in book-like form that is only available to read on the Internet. It differs from the common idea of an e-book, which is usually available to download and read locally or on an e-reader.
- information is presented in pages
- pages are normally read sequentially (though flipping to another page is possible)
- pages are read passively, with little or no interaction or multimedia
Online means the content may only be read while the reader is using the Internet.
Thus the reader's experience is similar to reading a printed book, except that the book is read at a computer and is only accessible while the reader is online.
- Electronic journal
- Internet Public Library
- Online Books Page
- Online magazine
- Online newspaper
- Project Gutenberg
- Web fiction
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