Digital revolution in medicine: New tools in molecular biology, medical science, education and research

Molecular Biology: Open Access

ISSN: 2168-9547

Open Access

Digital revolution in medicine: New tools in molecular biology, medical science, education and research

International Conference on Molecular Biology and Medicine

August 27-28, 2018 Dubai, UAE

Saied Ali Barzanian

International Keynote Speaker, Former ProQuest, Stanford University, USA

Keynote: Mol Biol

Abstract :

When you just think about it! The digital world has changed our lives in every way. Education - the days when teachers used chalk, dusters and blackboards are almost at an end. Black has turned to white in the form of interactive whiteboards. The white chalk is now digital ink. Printed books - Over 92% of children in the United States carry backpacks that are typically loaded with heavy books that may set them up for spine strain rather than success. Now, those books are turning into e-books and audio books which thousands of them can be stored in a USB flash drive or cloud storage. They are adaptable, accessible, convenient and effective; also they are significantly less demanding on your back. Digital content has revolutionized the way people distribute and access information on virtually every platform. This current study focusses on the benefits which medical students can avail from learning with e-books. This study also deals with the future and market of paper books and e-books.

Biography :

Saied Ali Barzanian has worked for well-known American organizations such as world recognized institutions UC Berkeley University, Stanford University and ProQuest among others in Silicon Valley and the San Francisco bay area over the past 40 years. He has diverse background in both academics and industries. As an e-book Specialist and Content Editor, he has worked on a wide variety of e-books for well-known international universities, including Harvard, Princeton, Oxford, Cambridge, Stanford, Yale, MIT and UC Berkeley universities among others educational institutions and large publishers including Penguin Random House, Elsevier, McGraw-Hill, Wiley and Oxford University Press.



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