Definition of e-content in English:

e-content

Syllabification: e-con·tent
Pronunciation: /ˈēˌkän(t)ent
 
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noun

Text and images designed for display on web pages: click on this link to license our e-content [as modifier]: e-content solutions
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  • In this session he discusses the problems and solutions of managing eContent to realize savings that directly hit the bottom line.
  • And libraries are poised to support Web-based e-learning by creating and managing econtent, developing new services and linking their current ones to course management systems, the hub for e-teaching and e-learning.

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