For many students, 2020 was their most challenging yet – if not in terms of subject matter, then almost certainly in terms access to study materials. With many students working remotely, away from the convenience of campus and the university library, eBooks became more important than ever before.
During the global pandemic, we saw the many benefits of eBooks for remote study. Offering accessibility, interconnectivity and transportability, electronic copies of academic literature make keeping up on reading and research that much easier.
With a new year unfolding, we take a look at the top 10 most downloaded CAB eBooks of 2020. Did your favourite eBook make the top 10? Keep reading to find out …
By D. A. Yool
By A. Schouten
By D. M. Broom, A. F. Fraser
By T. Atkinson
By H. M. Elsheikha
By G. R. Duncanson
By D. L. Swain, E. Charmley, J. Steel, S. Coffey
By H. C. Wien, H. Stützel
By R. Raj, J. Musgrave
By R. B. H. Wills, J. B. Golding
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