Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Reading paper materials is better than watching electronic devices to gain information. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.
Nowadays, there are lots of materials to gain and enhance the ognitation capability of people. Everyone needs to enhance their ken of knowledge by reading books or by watching videos as well as reading an electronic versions of the material. Personally, I strongly believe that reading printed materials are superior to learning from electronic gadgets. I feel this way because of two reasons, which I will elaborate on n the following paragraphs. To begin with, printed sources of knowledge are reliable than that of online material as well as information obtained from electronic appliances. The material on the electronic sources can be edited by anyone from any corner of the globe. They might or might not be qualified academically due to that reason, it may have been contained more errors than that of paper material.I have a compelling example of this from my own real-life experience. Last year, In my office , during staff meeting I presented a presentation, which was cited from an online article, that became bogus information and I felt ashamed in front of all workers. Even if I had read the book or any other printed material, I would not have been ashamed in front of all staff. This example demonstrates that stuck in online resources might be detrimental and it might reduce our status in our daily life. Secondly, the reading papers and book contains specific details, however, most of the online and electronic site contains only surface and superficial intelligence. For instance, last month I wrote an article on the topic of superconductivity and most of the ata and facts cited from a book, which contains profound knowledge of superconductivity, due to that I could write an insightful and knowledgeable article. After that,I saw some electronic sites I just found only little things as well as surface knowledge. This demonstrates that the printed resources are larger and contain each and every detail but the electronic materials encompass tiny parts of depth on that subject. In conclusion, I believe that printed materials are superior to that of electronic version because the paper version is genuine and contains lots of details.
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