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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

Archaeology is the study of ancient human activity and recent human development through the study of the variety of data that they left behind. The study of ancient cultures, history and the past in general might feel tedious, difficult and somewhat disconnected from their present lives. This detachment from the immediate reality may decrease interest, perceived relevance can result in diminished learning motivation and enthusiasm. In the other side of the history, e-learning had become one of the powerful approaches in education. With the advent of E-books, the learning experience can become more rich and engaging. In this eBook, the learner may find interactivity, through the inclusion of new media. They can create relevance understanding of the archeology, as it relates to their daily lives and experiences .

Keywords :

: E-book, Cave painting, History, Education, Archeology

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